The Rapper v.s. The Pop Tart: How a Tweet Illuminated Body Image/Race Politics in the Music and Entertainment Industry
Wednesday, 29 July 2015 by occasio
So I’m sure most of you all have heard or read the recent twitter battle between Onika Tanya Maraj and Taylor Swift that took place over the last several days or so. I hope you all know that there’s a larger issue at play. Onika Tanya Maraj, better known as rapper, Nicki Minaj posted what many
Reading Rainbow’ Is Officially Headed For Netflix in August. As a parent I am elated that this series that was a highlight of my childhood will be able to be shared by my kids. Now this is simply rebroadcasts of the original series but most books are timeless. We have also included a list of
There has been a bunch of talk recently about female body image. The main subject has been Serena Williams. The New York Times penned an article inferring that Williams didn’t look feminine. The funny thing is that her body is the epitome of what many women are striving for.
South Carolina was the first state to leave the Union in 1860. Defiant in the long run they raised the flag of their fallen Confederacy more than 50 years ago as a sign of protest for the Civil Rights movement. The debate had once again risen with the heinous political murder of nine black church
This week's Woman Crush Wednesday goes to British actress, Hannah John-Kamen of the new SyFy series Killjoys. Seriously she has a great look and on top of the accent you kills the fight scenes. There is nothing like an athletic woman who retains her femininity.
Now we all know the BET Awards is something we all look forward to seeing especially #BlackTwitter. I’m not sure about you, but my Twitter family was all tuned in. Throughout the show (which was extremely long), we tweeted about any and everything. Here are our TOP 5 Highs and Lows of the 2015 BET