Little Black Sambo, A cartoon version of the Little Black Sambo story produced in 1935. The Story of Little Black Sambo, a children’s book by Helen Bannerman, a Scot living in India, was first published in 1899. This cartoon has been banned from public display in the United States due to the racial nature of its content. Continue reading
Cab Calloway’s Jitterbug Party (1935) is a musical short film released by Paramount Pictures (later sold to U.M. & M. TV Corporation). Continue reading
When you watch this documentary you see the systematic and deliberate racist destruction of Michael Jackson. Very insightful! Continue reading
Academy Award nominee, rapper, actress, talk show host and now action hero Queen Latifah stars as Robyn McCall, an enigmatic former CIA operative who uses her extensive skills to help those with nowhere else to turn.
Frances Taylor Davis shares her life history as a pioneering dancer with Katherine Dunham Dance Company, her marriage to Miles Davis and renewal after as a survivor. Continue reading
Nicole Murphy is not your average grandma! At 52, the star is embracing her body, booty and her age! Murphy highlights her workout routine and how she maintains a fit body by making certain lifestyle changes! Plus, she always wants to look good for her man!
From the very first episode of Spitting Image we learn how Donald Trump got COVID on his administration. Continue reading
Jill Scott has release her latest music video Back Together. While Scott isn’t in the video herself, the theatric clip features dancers from Complexions Contemporary Ballet breathe life into relationships broken by misunderstanding, the death of a loved one or personal issues. Continue reading
The Queen is a 1968 documentary film directed by Frank Simon and narrated by Flawless Sabrina. It depicts the experiences of transgender woman and “female illusionists” organizing and participating in the 1967 Miss All-America Camp Beauty Contest held at New York City’s Town Hall. Continue reading