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A recent advertisement for a new family movie called Dolphin Tale had me intrigued. As a kid in the mid-90s, I was swimming in the ocean far away from my parents and the shoreline. Suddenly, I found myself surrounded by a pod of dolphins. Showing no fear, they allowed me to pet them before playfully... Read More
You knew it coming. Last year for Black History Month we brought you Black Fictional Heroes, an ode to the monumental roles Black people have had in Hollywood that have helped create positive images in the minds of movie goers, television viewers and those who consume vast amounts of popular culture. Though the real world... Read More
The skies are clear, no superhero is near. Black people wait with bated breath for that hero to arrive that will provide the knowledge and knowhow necessary to cause of cessation of Waiting for “Superman”. A hero with the pedagogic dexterity to steer the rudderless and capsizing ship that represent the attempts at educating Black... Read More
In the upcoming science-fiction film Inception, one of the main characters is heard to state: Ideas lead to discovery, which in turn lead to innovations, ultimately giving us inventions that benefit humanity. It is stated that life began in Africa and that humans migrated elsewhere, thus the Out of Africa Theory (OAT). Often maligned as... Read More