Tag Archives: black

Latinas Feministas: Los Afro-Latinos Blog

Tweet Since my post last month on learning from mistakes and making changes, I’ve been working to highlight the voices and experiences of a diverse array of Latina feminists. We’ve already interviewed Juana Rosa Cavero, director of the Reproductive Justice Coalition of Los Angeles, and two members of the LatinNegr@s Project, Bianca Laureano and Jessica Marie Johnson. Today, we’re excited [...]
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Just how bad is the movie Red Tails?

TweetRed Tails is a new movie about the Tuskegee airmen that the legendary George Lucas financed himself after years of the movie being rejected for Hollywood financing. It was #2 at the box office this weekend. This second place finish was largely based on black people flocking to the theater – myself included. Jozen Cummings [...]
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Pariah: Best movie of last year*

Tweet Eesha, Miriam, Zerlina, Lori, Deanna Zandt and myself all went to see Pariah together last week and I think I speak for all of us when I say, if there is one movie you see this year–make it this one. Pariah is set in Fort Greene, Brooklyn and tells the story of Alike (pronounced [...]
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Just go watch “Awkward Black Girl” right now

TweetSo, I really really love this web series. It gives a refreshingly funny and honest portrayal of the trials and tribulations of a young modern woman of color just tryna survive. Here are a few reasons you might want to check it out: 1) You could use some laughs. 2) You’re a young person of [...]
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