Moon Cup-uriosity: Making Red Letter Days Green

First off let me say that if you do not have a close bond with your vagina, switching to a menstrual cup will change all of that. NGL when I first heard about ‘The Cup’ I was not here for it. I mean the thought of being face to face with my period was not … Continue reading Moon Cup-uriosity: Making Red Letter Days Green

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ANWHEBE: In Conversation with Eloghosa Osunde.

There is more than one way to tell a story. Eloghosa Osunde is a story-teller across multiple mediums. Exploring the personal and observed through literature: short stories, poetry and an impending debut novel as well as art: painting and photography. She is a prime example of millennial excellence: constantly challenging the notion that one thing … Continue reading ANWHEBE: In Conversation with Eloghosa Osunde.

Shoot-Up Able

Two weeks after this episode was supposed to air, NBC finally released the aptly named The Carmichael Show episode “Shoot-Up Able” to the satisfaction of my deeply dedicated self. Released on Wednesday, I only had a chance to view this episode on Friday following an interesting experience the day before. In this episode, the term … Continue reading Shoot-Up Able

Censorship of Mass Shooting Discussion by NBC on The Carmichael Show.

In the renaissance of Black American sitcoms, The Carmichael Show has been missing from domestic and international discourse. It seems to have fallen to the wayside despite being an excellent body of work heralded by the talented comedian Jerrod Carmichael who also stars in and produces the show. Now in its third season it continues … Continue reading Censorship of Mass Shooting Discussion by NBC on The Carmichael Show.