Archive for the ‘Television’ Category

If you’re not familiar with Thomas Friedman, you are probably familiar with his arguments in “The World is Flat” which […]

This past week, the world lost a giant intellect and talent. Gil Noble, one of the architects of critical Black […]

I have a confession: I watch the Real Housewives of Atlanta. Religiously. Now, before you tune out, I watch and […]

I’ve been running around so much for the past week I forgot to post my reaction to the NAACP Image […]

As 2009 draws to a close, let us not forget that we celebrated two cultural phenomena: 20th anniversary of Do […]

I thoroughly enjoyed New Muslim Cool for its careful treatment of Hamza who beautifully embodies two of the most powerful social forces of the past 30 years: Hip-Hop and Islam. As a child of Hip-Hop and an admirer of Islam, I was pleased to see that the “new muslim cool” may just be the maturation of the old muslim cool.

The recent death of Chris Jones, attributed to a gang in suburbia has sparked more hysteria about the violence, gangs, and most importantly race without mentioning race.

The questions return, this time I’m talking about TV because I don’t feel like talking about books or the news :)

Are you salty?

July 28, 2008 · 2 Comments

No I don’t mean are you mad, I meant do you have a lot of salt in your body. Last […]

so I could give CNN Black in America four thumbs down!!!Really too disgusted to comment on it, but if you […]