Warm winter wishes to all… I’m a fan of books but I also loved some short reads as my favorites of 2020. All are worthy time fillers to cozy up with in any season! … More My Fave 2020 Reads
Gholar’s display of glorious art and life-giving paintings, completed across five years, come with grown woman commentary about what it took to see each piece through. In wisdom, she snakes the darkest corners of life- grief, breakups, economic peril- in a chronology of change and chaos where blank canvas was the steadiest hold. … More Tiffany Gholar Tells the Truth
46 years ago, a moving picture testified to sexual assault against a woman. It moved all around the world, in fact. Only, the world called it “art.” Not much has changed since. This most visible example of a public rape frames sexual assault’s most misunderstood and excused forms: coerced consent, false pretenses and pressure as permission. And people can still buy and sell this sexual assault on film to this day. Why? … More Remembering Maria-Hélène Schneider…
Are whole Black families’ and intelligent Black women’s stories ever going to be good enough? … More I am not clapping for Moonlight just because I am Black.