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Mo’ne Davis: Throw Like A Girl – Chevy Baseball (Spike Lee)

Watch Spike Lee’s documentary about outstanding baseball player Mo’Ne Davis, ‘I Throw Like a Girl’. Lee teamed up with Chevrolet to produce this as one of their commercials. "The best summer of her life is only the beginning for 13-year-old Mo’ne…
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FEATURE: Queer artists in Kenya - Jim Chuchu & Jarel

Finding his own way to tenderly picked melodies and intricate sounds that make up his solo music, Jarel, known to some as Nderitu Nduba, is a poet, songwriter and “child of the bloom” from Mombasa Kenya. As frontman of The Black Progression Band, Jarel takes pride in his sense of self-reliance and his creative approach to making music. Listening to such diverse acts as Chico, …See More
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FEATURE: Queer artists in Kenya - Jim Chuchu & Jarel

Posted on October 21, 2014 at 10:30am 0 Comments

Finding his own way to tenderly picked melodies and intricate sounds that make up his solo music, Jarel, known to some as Nderitu Nduba, is a poet, songwriter and “child of the bloom” from Mombasa Kenya. As frontman of The Black Progression Band, Jarel takes pride in his sense of self-reliance and his creative approach to…

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FEATURE: "I Lived It: From Homophobe to Father of a Gay Son" via ozy

Posted on October 15, 2014 at 9:30am 0 Comments

Bay Area-based father Anthony Hamilton shared the story of how he came to accept his gay son on ozy.com. This is a very powerful testimony.

Excerpts: "I couldn’t help but remember my own early days, before I’d accepted my son. I too must have sounded undeniably stupid, not knowing that each word I spoke on the subject was empty, thoughtless." (...) "I was standing in the airport near the gate waiting for my son. As soon as he appeared, I could see: His walk was different,…

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FEATURE: Borrow, Beg, and Bleed!: How I Got A Documentary About Black Glam Rock Made

Posted on September 24, 2014 at 10:00am 2 Comments

It’s early morning in Hollywood, as the studio execs gear up for their budgetary meetings, double lattes, and lunch at Chateau; I send my morning emails, reaching out to gay owned business’ for sponsorship opportunities; from my East Hollywood studio I send a few texts confirming scheduling for my next video shoot, and prepare to go to work with some of the biggest celebrities in the world. It’s not as glamorous a job as it might sound, coordinating the movements of Hollywood…

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OP-ED: "To My Rare Black Woman"

Posted on September 12, 2014 at 10:30am 1 Comment

Sometimes, I think that all genders owe each other a massive apology. Why? Weeks ago, I had been online, checking in on Black YouTube. (Hey, if Twitter can have one, why can't YouTube?) It seems like of the major things happening between men and women is this need to declare that there are no such things as a good black (wo)man anymore. Nowadays, it seems like black women are getting an equal amount of brunt for the problems regarding dating and relationships. From a crazy amount… Continue

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