This is our third installment of Juliana "Jewels" Smith's (H)Afrocentric: The Comic. Written by Smith with art by Ronald Nelson, the on-going series follows radical Black feminist, Naima Pepper. In this particular strip speaks to the discomfort of allyship from an…Continue
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Here is our second installment of Juliana “Jewels” Smith's (H)afrocentric: The Comic strip. Written by Smith with art by Ronald Nelson, the on-going series follows radical Black feminist, Naima Pepper "(who has a White mama)" as she navigates undergraduate life at PWI Ronald Reagan…Continue
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This year, there has been a number of Web series that have followed in the vain of Issa Rae's 'Awkward Black Girl' and shown that black women can play roles beyond those stereotype placed upon them - and dare I say it, that black women can be "quirky". On this note, check out this new series 'Black Feminist Blogger' - from creator Aph Ko. Watch the first three episodes, below.
By Alexander Aplerku, AFROPUNK…Continue
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Nevline Nnaji is the director of Reflections Unheard: Black Women In Civil Rights. Through a series of interviews and archival footage the film takes a look at the marginalization of black women from the Black Power and Feminist ideologies of the 60s and 70s, up to the present-day.
“When I started the film, I was synthesizing my own experiences as a black woman and reading a lot of ‘black feminist theory.’ I wanted to create a piece that delved deeper into various…
'Feminist Enough' is a "video storytelling project that allows women of color to vocalize their views on feminism in their own words—most of which goes against the popular, sensationalized images of feminism in the mainstream", according to its creator Shannon Washington, who's also a creative director for cosmetics and hair products brands. The points of view presented conflict, and that's the point. "The purpose of this project is not to push a certain agenda nor viewpoint,…Continue
Many eyebrows were raised when on the one hand Beyoncé explained that she was just a sex-positive feminist while on the other hand making light of a domestic violence scene from the Tina Turner biopic 'What's Love Got To Do With It', by using it as a sexual metaphor in her song 'Drunk In Love'. In the track, Beyoncé's husband Jay-Z rhymes: “I am Ike Turner, Baby know I don’t play. Now eat the cake, Anna Mae. Said Eat the Cake, Anna Mae", with Beyoncé smiling and mouthing the…Continue
So, what exactly is a feminist and why is there such a stigma that surrounds the word? In this edition of Dorm Room Diaries of a Fem Nerd, Twyla calls out "feminism haters" and pulls out her dictionary to give the official definition of a word, that she feels, is tossed around too loosely.
Dorm Room Diaries of a Fem Nerd: Schooling Fem Haters
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