- Friday, April 11th


British-Nigerian actor Chiwetel Ejiofor gets personal with the BBC as he discusses why and how he got involved in the screen adaptation of Nigerian writer Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s novel ‘Half of A Yellow Sun’.

You’ll also get to hear clips from the film and Ejiofor’s experience of shooting a film in Nigeria.

Read The Guardian’s review of the film.

- Thursday, April 10th
octobermoe asked:
I'm writing the second book in a trilogy called Glitches. The majority of the books’ plot covers the life of Kat (Korean-16-pilot) She is a glitch, a human without any given abilities or powers due to being the result of a natural human birth. Her crew includes Rosabelle (black girl; clones herself), Wren (Indian-transgender-changes environment), Henry (white-assasin-loves Wren) and Eli (white-asexual). Two publishers love the story-want me to make characters whitecishet. If you'd read, share!

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#octobermoe #glitches

- Wednesday, April 09th
Anonymous asked:
A while back, there was a post about whitewashing and that Gods of Egypt movie. Well, I just heard that after A LOT of petitioning from the public, they decided to cast a black man as Thoth. I was very happy about that, but I am still very sad that nothing was done about the rest of the cast, which is still very very white. Do you think they will cast any more black actors in it, or do you think they'll limit to one?

Santoine: One.

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#anon #ask #gods of egypt

- Tuesday, April 08th


Avengers: The Infinity Gauntlet 

Prepare yourselves. For now, I summon…the end.

- Monday, April 07th


Grace Chang on a movie poster for The Wild, Wild Rose—a film whose story line and song melodies are derived from Bizet’s Carmen.

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#Grace Chang #Actress

- Sunday, April 06th


Yma Sumac in Life magazine

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#Yma Sumac #Singer

- Sunday, April 06th

Lena Horne performing in the lounge of the Savoy-Plaza Hotel, New York, 1942.

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#lena horne

- Saturday, April 05th


38 years of SNL’s diversity Problem, all in one chart.

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- Friday, April 04th


American Indian Rapper SupaMan was just named as an MTV Artist of the Week

The news: Christian Parrish Takes the Gun. Remember his name.

The Apsáalooke American Indian hails from the Crow Nation Reservation near Billings, Mont., and on March 21, the MTV Iggy blog named him Artist of the Week from among hundreds of competitors.

What makes him special? Well, he raps under the name “SupaMan,” he sings, he makes crazy drum loops, he’s a champion powwow fancy dancer and sometimes, if you’re lucky, he does all four at the same time.

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- Wednesday, April 02nd
Anonymous asked:
What are your thoughts on TJ Miller playing Fred (who is Asian American) in Big Hero 6?

Santoine: Followers, thoughts?