Crack is an essential read for anyone hoping to understand why. This lively, well- researched history of America’s crack cocaine years introduces readers to entrepreneurial dealers, desperate users, and draconian drug policies. Along the way, it illuminates the era’s racism, political excesses, and media exaggerations, as well as the lasting damage crack and crack dealers wrought in countless neighborhoods of color. Continue reading Crack Rock Cocaine, Street Capitalism, and the Decade of Greed By David Farber
FION Productions of New Orleans and the Black New Channel (BNC), the nation’s only African American news network, will host … Continue reading Fion Productions presents the Official VIP New Orleans Launch Celebration for the Black News Channel with J.C. Watts Jr and Women Empowerment Tribute to former Zulu Social Aid & Pleasure Club Queens
New Orleans native Stacey M. is an award-winning writer and director with an impressive slate of groundbreaking, critically acclaimed work that has screened before audiences worldwide. Continue reading New Orleans Native Stacey Muhammad takes a seat in the Director’s Chair on “Queen Sugar” on the OWN Network
My life in New Orleans is filled with days of soulful creativity! The jobs I have taken on since I moved back home are all connected in their various forms of freedom of speech, the use of writing and telling our stories. It’s as if I was written into all the scripts opportunities that have presented themselves upon my arrival. New Orleans is all that I knew she would be. In the midst of my pain, she helps me pin my sorrows of my soul, giving me an outlet of healing and freedom. The warmth of love here far better than vitamin D. You never know I may be on this path for my ultimate role as a movie writer ☺️! Continue reading My Nola Life: Onset of TNT Claws Season 3 and OWN Queen Sugar
Fans all over the world questioned why Princess Tiana seemed to be the only princess to receive such a radical makeover after post went viral leading to animators to blame it on technology…but could we have helped them pick out the lighter shade of brown?
Is it because, she finally made it and now she needs to change, because she mingling with the rich and fabulous Disney Princesses in Hollywood, is what came to my mind??. As we all see with some black women celebrities they change after we fell in love with them for exactly who they are including what they look like.
Continue reading Colorism and Princess Tiana
Last night I had the opportunity to work and attend the Big Easy Entertainment Awards and it was fabulous! All … Continue reading My star studded fabulous night at the Big Easy Entertainment Awards
As we all know the trailer for the Black Panther has been released and everyone can’t wait until next year … Continue reading My Ebony Princess and Black Panther’s Princess Shuri
Nothing like a rainy Saturday of binge watching throwback sitcoms and I just love 227, especially Sandraaaa. Sandra gave Life … Continue reading Fashion Icon: Sandra Clark
Need something Free to do with the kids today? Free Summer Film’s Series Presents The Princess and the Frog on August … Continue reading Orpheum Theater’s Free Summer Film in New Orleans