DEAR WHITE PEOPLE
A satire about being a Black face in a white place.
Click here to help bring this film to theaters: http://bit.ly/DWPYoTu
Remember when Black movies didn’t neccesarily star a dude in a fat suit and a wig? Or have major plot twists timed to Gospel numbers for no apparent reason? No? Damn…
Well believe it or not there was a time when “Black Art-House” was a thing. When movies like Do The Right Thing, Hollywood Shuffle, and Boyz In Da Hood were breaking box office records as well as making us laugh, cry, and think in ways movies hadn’t before.
The humble producers of DEAR WHITE PEOPLE, a satire about being a black face in a white place, long to bring those days back. But we can’t do it without you!
We pieced together what resources we had to make this trailer in order to entice investors for our planned million dollar feature. Armed with this trailer and your support we plan to make this film a reality. Click here to help bring this film to theaters: http://bit.ly/DWPYoTu
DANCING IN MY CAR!!! Almost crashed! lol THIS IS MUSIC!!! DOWNLOAD IT!! @archiemcknight @nikeaux (Taken with Instagram)
Whaaaaaaaa???? That’s dope!! (Taken with Instagram)
A debate rekindled my love John…and I’m listening to this album a million years later like the first time all over again. It’s EVERYTHING right now!!! @mynig (Taken with Instagram)
Just in case you live under a bridge, WWDC stands for Apple’s World Wide Developers Conference. Now usually, I’d be backstage talking with the late Steven P. Jobs (RIP) about what “magical” shit he’s going to unveil. How he will change the computing landscape yet again. But this year, I’ll be at…
One mo for the road….
Morning Run w/ @my_butterfly_! #Sign #photoadayjune (Taken with instagram)
Justin Combs worked hard in high school to improve his football game and earn a 3.75 GPA . He recently received a $54,000 merit-based scholarship to UCLA, where he’ll play football.
In April, Forbes named Justin Combs’ dad, Sean “P. Diddy” Combs, the wealthiest artist in hip-hop. Some say the family should return Justin’s scholarship, arguing that Combs should pay for his son’s education and taxpayer money should go to students with greater financial need. Other say Justin Combs earned the scholarship through his grades and athletic ability, and deserves to keep it.
What do you think? Should the Combs family keep, return or donate the money? Should students with wealthy parents have access to merit-based scholarships and financial aid? via @CNN_Blogs
And good morning to you!
Google Homepage Today. Cool! (Taken with instagram)