Monthly Archives: September 2015

Divided We Do The Man’s Job; United We Stand Proud and Tall

This morning, just a day after I wrote about the disparity for people of color in the arts, I read a blog that infuriated me. Entitled The Lightskinned Revolution is here, and it has been televised, its main purpose is to disparage the cast, and in particular Terrance Howard because of complexion.  Damon Young, whose views…
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The Fight for Equality in the Arts

Last week I wrote a blog that asked the question, When it comes to the topic of race, are people capable of critical thinking? I do believe that although we are, oft times this means thinking beyond the level of comfort. Let’s use opera as an example. I was never a huge fan of it…
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