I Don’t Think You’re Ready For This…
Happy Monday! My first #ConsumeColor posts will be forthcoming in the next few days, and I’m super excited to share them with you. But in the meantime, let’s talk about Beyoncé. On the heels of her showstopping Superbowl 50 Halftime performance (with direct homages to the Black Panthers and Michael Jackson), and the release of her “Formation” music video (embedded below for your viewing pleasure) there’s much to discuss. While this isn’t a music blog, in the last few years Beyoncé has been executing some fascinating visual concepts and aesthetics in her videos, as well as addressing Black and feminist issues more boldly in her lyrics and performances, thus has earning herself a post on #ConsumeColor.
What is #ConsumeColor?
Hello, everyone! I’m very excited to get to introduce to you in the inaugural post of my blog the #ConsumeColor Project. From February until May of this year, I will be reading books and watching films by and about people of color, each month focusing on a specific cultural group.
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Second Time Around (Short Film)– After his death, an egocentric young man discovers his soulmate was the girl who bullied him in school and takes revenge by haunting her.
Divine Intervention (Three-part Mini-series)– An unlucky-in-love young woman receives unexpected romantic help from the Greek gods.
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