With this being Women's History Month, I decided to dedicate a post someone who's been on the screens since I could remember. Let’s take a moment to idolize and appreciate Ms. Regina King. She’s a prime example of “Started From The Bottom,” when it comes to film. Let us start from the beginning. Her first … Continue reading Women’s Month: Regina King Appreciation
This was the year the Oscars actually got it right, as far as wins go. I guess the Academy can retire that "Oscars So White" title for now. Black films and people are STILL making history. Just in case you missed it: Regina King won for Best supporting actress for "If Beale Street Could Talk" … Continue reading 2019 Oscars: They Got It Right!
I want to dedicate this post to the lovely Black Women who came and slayed the 2018 Oscars this year. Oh, the men looked fine too!! I loved these looks from the stars and SHOUT OUT TO Tiffany Haddish honoring her father by showing homage to her roots of Eirtrean gown on … Continue reading Oscars 2018 Fashion
Fact 4 of the month goes to Ms. Hattie McDaniel. She was the first black person and WOMAN at that, to win an Oscar Award in 1940, for her supporting role in the 1939 movie Gone With The Wind. Hattie played a house servant in the film and was criticized for roles that she had … Continue reading Fact 3: Hattie McDaniel