Up in the sky, it’s a bird–it’s a plane….It’s a movie trailer featuring black actors actually playing legitimate people. You know, with emotions and lives, instead of stereotypes. Or not. I shouldn’t boast prematurely. After all, I haven’t actually seen this movie…But it looks ok. So sit back, relax, and enjoy the video below while […]
Random thoughts: 1. Years ago when a friend labelled me “light skinned” I was stunned. In drugstores, I could never find matching foundation. When someone refers to something as “nude”, they’re often speaking of a shade of beige that doesn’t match my skin tone. Still, her comment left an impression. Although I knew about it […]
When I first prepped this post, only the video was featured. But I believe I would be remiss if I didn’t say something. The Door by Ava DuVernay depicts a prime example of something that I am deeply thankful for. Media that depicts black women as WOMEN. Not sassy stereotypes. Living, breathing, beautiful, bountiful, vulnerable, […]
I still haven’t seen The Avengers. But this video makes me wish I had.
…And to think sometimes I wonder why directors cast Chinese people to play Koreans, and vice versa… Right now there are bigger fish to fry. *cue Valley Girl accent* So I was just looking at Racialicious, and like, this series called Avatar: The Last Airbender is being made into, like, a live-action film. The characters […]