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Hollywood in Blackface: Black Images in Film from Night of the Living Dead to Thor comes out today (it will be available on Amazon in both book and Kindle format) and we were honored to have Gregory Hood write the foreword to the book we consider both important and timely. We are proud to publish... Read More
I'm working on a theory about over-saturation of Black people in sports (NBA and NFL) and the repudiation of Black people by those consuming other forms of entertainment (comics/graphic novels, movies and television, professional wrestling, video games, enjoying the outdoors, skiing, the beach, etc). People are under the impression that sports equal a meritocracy (which... Read More
(Editors note: I know not everyone enjoys Black Fictional Month Heroes, but there is a reason we do them. Also, the publisher of the book will be sending me the link for where to purchase SBPDL: Year One. As soon as it is available on their Web site, it will be available on Amazon.) Think... Read More
It was said by a man long since gone that, "Myths are public dreams, dreams are private myths." During Black History Month we discussed how cinema presents opportunities for Black people to take on roles that reality seems to continually deny them, granting them the chance to play characters who have vocations that are exceedingly... Read More