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What Michael B. Jordan’s GQ Interview Reveals about Race

Talking about diversity and representations of blackness can be frought terrain, even now when we are seeing so many more Black men and women in key roles in front of, and behind, the camera. I thought about this immediately when … Continue reading

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Telling Our Own Stories, Black People

Khalil Kain, late of the brilliant television show¬†Girlfriends, has a fascinating interview on Ebony.com promoting his new role in the classic 1970s Negro Ensemble Company play, The Great MacDaddy. I was struck most by this exchange: EBONY: How do you … Continue reading

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