The Most Important Angry Black Women In Hollywood History.

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Last week, the New York Times’ Alessandra Stanley praised Shonda Rhimes for taking ownership of the often demeaning “Angry Black Woman” label. “Ms. Rhimes has embraced the trite but persistent caricature of the Angry Black Woman, recast it in her own image and made it enviable,” Stanley wrote. “She has almost single-handedly trampled a taboo [...]

Random Midday Hot(m)ess: And I’m Telling You…

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Ms. Lake Dardanelle, Naomi Shure, really wanted to go in here…

…but those bouncers were no joke, I guess.

When Afrocentric Art Goes Wrong.

The Poet And The POTUS Share A Post-Coital Embrace Amidst A Post-Apocalyptic Hellscape, Your Cousin, 2014

Most art historians consider this the most exemplary piece in Your Cousin’s red period. Nonetheless, many feel that her other pieces — most notably Michelle Obama Rubbing Amiri Baraka’s Feet After An Asteroid Impact — are [...]

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When Afrocentric Art Goes Wrong: In The Name Of The Father, The Son, The Earth, The Wind, The Fire.

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Verily I say unto thee: Whilst thou be dancing in September?

For Your Consideration: Ola Ray’s ‘Remember.’

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Remember Ola Ray, the pretty brown girl from Michael Jackson’s crazy famous ‘Thriller’ video? Well, she’s not as brown anymore — and she’s apparently lost her damn mind. [...]

LEONARD OVER EVERYTHING.

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Leonard Cooper of Little Rock, Arkansas is living black history every day. [...]

Django Unchained: The 80′s NBC Sitcom.

Sure. Why not? [...]