“We know the road to freedom has always been stalked by death,” read the words across the face of Amandla Stenberg who channels the spirit of activist, scholar, and author Angela Davis for Dazed & Confused Autumn 2015.
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Spike Lee‘s s Kickstarter-funded thriller, ‘Da Sweet Blood of Jesus,’ will makes its way to Netflix on July 15, 2015.
Spike Lee has released his Kickstarter-funded thriller, ‘Da Sweet Blood of Jesus,’ to VOD one month ahead of its theatrical premiere on February 13, 2015 via Gravitas Ventures.
“There’s a myth that Black women don’t have power in Hollywood. We’ve found 75 who do,” says Essence Magazine, which will soon host its 7th Annual Black Women in Hollywood Luncheon.
Thrilling Cuban drama film ‘Una Noche’ will hit New York City theaters starting Friday, August 23rd, followed by an iTunes release on August 26th.
Ebony Magazine has dedicated its September 2013 issue to the memory of Trayvon Martin and the spirit of moving forward with four poignant new covers.
As criticisms fly back and forth over ‘Django Unchained,’ the move’s lead actor, Jamie Foxx, has finally responded to Spike Lee’s diss, calling the director “shady” and “irresponsible.”
While some may feel Django Unchained’s biggest attribute is its White director, the bloody Pre-Civil War era “spaghetti Western” film is way more than “a movie about a Black slave killing White people.” And who better to make it?
A seemingly dignified illustration of President Barack Obama by fashion guru Karl Lagerfeld is being compared to “modern-day minstrelsy…” We have got to stop doing this!
is Antoine Dodson’s fame just another rags to riches story that helped a young man climb the ranks of social mobility? I think not.