TV/Movie

Jordan Peele’s “Nope” Is A Yup

Spoilers ahead because that's what we do over here. This review is coming daysssss a full doggone week and some change after I originally planned to have it published, but I was on vacation and got sidetracked because who's trying to type up a movie review when you're at the beach with your man?? Certainly… Continue reading Jordan Peele’s “Nope” Is A Yup

Book Reviews

The System At Work

When Ava DuVernay's Netflix miniseries When They See Us took social media by storm on its May 31st release, I initially ignored the explosive response. Though the general details of the Central Park Jogger case seemed faintly familiar to me, I'd read and seen enough material about injustice towards Black people at the hands of… Continue reading The System At Work

Book Reviews

To Freedom

Colson Whitehead's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel The Underground Railroad is a story we've heard before: an enslaved person runs away from a lifetime of forced servitude in pursuit of freedom. However, in Whitehead's adaptation, the means of escape in this novel is anything but metaphorical; the Underground Railroad is a literal railroad underneath southern soil with conductors and passage… Continue reading To Freedom