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“I Am Not Your Negro”

Today’s post is all about the Academy Award nominated feature “I Am Not Your Nergo” an impactful film that raises question and puts a pulse on the country. This film captures the revolutionary life of James Baldwin in a way that stirs up uncomfortable but very necessary. “I Am Not Your Negro is in theaters across the country. Please do your self and check out this historic film and as always…

 

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Shades of Blue

Todays post comes from the energetic talent Vince Mensa, as he uses his latest single “Blue Shades” to speak on the current state of Flint, Michigan touching on the water situation and how the government don’t care about people in poverty. Explaining his perspective about America and how there is a imbalance that needs fixing. Using his words to encourage listeners instead of leading them on a path of destruction. Opening eyes to the truth and reality of life, corruption of government and how we must collectively build our own communities and stop looking for handouts. Challenging listeners to be the change they want to see in the world, it first starts with self. Make sure you check out this inspiriational song and video below and as always…

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Digital Art

25 year old Kimberly Drew is one of the art world’s rising new trend-setter, especially because her work is focused on disassembling the art world’s old gates. Recently named online community producer for the Metropolitan Museum of Art. She handles content for all of Metropolitan’s social media accounts and digital photography presenting the museum’s collection and exhibitions. Discovered from her Instagram fame @MuseumMammy which has over 82K followers, as well as the Black Contemporary Art Tumblr, which is one of the most all-inclusive collections of black art online. Drew’s accurate curation of Black Contemporary Art has strengthen the site as a digital, living museum, recording influential black artist around the world. Keep your eyes open on this gem and watch her interview below as she shines brighter and brighter and as always

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