A final note to those who claim to be the descendant of Kings & Queens.
Tag: Black History Month
Movies To Watch: “The Boy Who Harnessed The Wind”
My review of the Netflix true story, “The Boy Who Harnessed The Wind” and why it’s important that you watch it.
Alex Haley’s “Roots”: Why The Remake Is Just As Important As The Original
It’s been four years since its release and people still can’t understand why they should watch the reimagining of Roots (1977).
Check out my reasons why you SHOULD watch it…
10 Black Movie Roles You Couldn’t Forget If You Tried
Lightening up the mood with a humorous listicle for Black History Month. Let’s talk about memorable movies roles…
Before Freedom (Pt 3 of 3): “Better Days Ahead. Right?”
“I think slavery was a mighty bad thing, though it’s been no bed of roses since, but then no one could whip me no more.” Jacob Manson, interviewed at age 80, nearly 70 years after emancipation.
Before Freedom (Pt. 2 of 3): 10 Things We Didn’t Know About Slavery
In this installment, we take a closer look at some of the unknown cruelties of slavery, as learned in my recent studies.