Initially, [James Baldwin's] novel was meant to be a testimonial of the lives of slain civil rights icons Medgar Evers, Malcolm X, and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. But it’s in his prophetic narration of race relations (delivered eloquently by Samuel L. Jackson) from the 1960’s paired with contemporary footage of protests in Ferguson that creates a cohesive bridge from the past to the present.
1999. As a high school senior, senioritis was a real outbreak among my peers, as it is for every class in high school when your collegiate pursuits have been realized and met with acceptance letters and scholarship money. Long before I could take advantage of the "workplace" slump in Newspaper by dedicating the entire Entertainment … Continue reading How the Films “Rosewood” and “The Velvet Goldmine” Shaped my Post-Secondary Education #BlackExcellence #BlackHistoryMonth #LoveisLove #LGBTQ