At Black Girl Nerds, Joelle Monique writes about Beyoncé’s “Formation”: “What makes this video great is the need ending parade of cultural representation. To see an array of Black styles: gothic, modern, historical, street, haute couture in all of its glory and it doesn’t stop there.”
Friend of the Gutter Evan Munday is watching a horror movie a day and writing about them as part of a fundraiser for the Toronto Rape Crisis Centre/Multicultural Women Against Rape. Read all his reviews here.
The Projection Booth interviews actor Ed Asner.
Alex Deuben interviews artist Nate Powell about the second volume of The March and working with Rep. John Lewis and Andrew Aydin. “We are taught — and we tend to perpetuate this myth — that the Civil Rights Movement was nine words long: ‘Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King, […]
At Vox, Alex Abad-Santos interviews Kelly Sue DeConnick about feminism, raising girls and her new comic, Bitch Planet. “DeConnick says Bitch Planet, which debuted late last year, is her take on the exploitation films she loved as a kid. The sci-fi prison saga is confident, slick, and hilarious on multiple […]
Author Jennifer Armintrout has gathered resources for “donating the price of a movie ticket to an anti-domestic violence organization instead of paying to see 50 Shades of Grey. Or, donating it in penance for the ticket you’re going to buy. It’s time to put our money where our mouths are. We […]