Monthly Archives: August 2017

Bodhi Rook – Looks Like A Cinnamon Roll…

Riz Ahmed’s Bodhi Rook is a breakout star in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Without his character’s mission and his persistence, the resistance would be dead in outer space. He’s shown to be a capable pilot and a brave … Continue reading

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Protected: A Rainy Night In – Part Two

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I do not “agree to disagree”

There’s a guy in my Monday night class. He was in my Monday night class last semester. And his big thing, his huge thing, is looking at the other side and agreeing to disagree when people get angry with what … Continue reading

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[Essay Series] Looks Like A Cinnamon Roll… – Opening Essay

There’s a part of my brain that can’t believe that this all began because of an overused meme. There’s a part of my brain that’s almost embarrassed that I was able to  build so much content as a result of … Continue reading

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Luke Cage and Claire Temple: Not Your Mammy Figures

I’m used to seeing posts where Black characters are reduced to nannies for white characters, but this post I found in the “Claire Temple” tag on tumblr really took the cake: “Something I totally see happening in Defenders is Claire … Continue reading

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[Book Review] Miles Morales – A Spider-Man Novel

Title: Miles Morales: A Spider-Man Novel Author: Jason Reynolds (Twitter) Rating: Super Highly Recommended Genre/Category: Superheroes, Slice of Life, Spider-Man, Young Adult, Race and Representation Release Date: August 1, 2017 Publisher:  Marvel Press/Disney Hyperion Order Here: AMAZON (KINDLE)  | AMAZON … Continue reading

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Totally Anecdotal: Stitch’s Brush With Racism in Education

I wanted to start my review of Jason Reynolds’ Miles Morales: A Spider-Man Novel with a slightly relevant anecdote on an experience I had as a teenager. As an adult that was once a Black kid in the US education … Continue reading

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