Da 5 Bloods Film review

Spike Lee’s newest film “Da 5 Bloods” opens up with Muhammad Ali being interviewed in 1978 and it closes with one of the last speeches Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. gave a year exactly before his death in 1968. Lee used these two figures during the civil rights movement in the 1960s to point out […]

Read More Da 5 Bloods Film review

Bridges (Black History 365)

This painting was created by Norman Rockwell which depicts a six-year-old Ruby Bridges with U.S. Marshall’s as she makes her way to the then all-white William Frantz Elementary School in New Orleans Louisiana. We have many iconic black individuals who made contributions and advancements to civil rights movement during their adult life but not too […]

Read More Bridges (Black History 365)

Basquiat (Black History 365)

To start the new month of February we’re in Black History month but from my perspective, the totality of the black experience cannot be appreciated in a month and most certainly not during the shortest month of the year. Why is it on the shortest month? I wish I knew but I have a hunch […]

Read More Basquiat (Black History 365)

A look inside MLK JR Day

We celebrate the day and life of Civil Rights leader Martin Luther King Jr and everything he stood for when it came to gaining the civil liberties of black people and helping to end segregation, but there is something about him that had to change because his passive-aggressive mentality when it came to dealing with […]

Read More A look inside MLK JR Day