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Gone with the Wind Heads Back to Theaters for Its 80th Anniversary 
 

An all-time classic is making its way back to the big screen.

80 years after its initial release in 1939, Gone with the Wind will screen at participating locations for two days only this year. Fans of the Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh classic can watch the movie at the end of this month on Thursday Feb. 28 and Saturday March 3.

Though the movie remains a classic, modern audiences have received it with mixed views due to its representation of black people. It was most recently pulled from an annual summer movie festival in Memphis after attendees complained about its racial insensitivity.

People

Tags: Art, Art Deletion, Education, Entertainment, Film, Film Trivia, History, Portrait, Representation

Filed under: Gay+

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19-Feb-2019


VOODOO – THE OLDEST RELIGION IN THE WORLD 

 

I always thought Voodoo, was bad, satanic and evil. Society’s perception of voodoo rites and rituals have been distorted by Europeans to only place focus on the evil or malicious side of things. There are healing spells, nature spells, love spells, purification spells, joyous celebration spells. Spirits may be invoked to bring harmony and peace, birth and rebirth, increase the abundance of luck, material happiness, and renewed health. The fact is, for those who believe it, voodoo is powerful. It is also empowering to the person who practices it.

Voodoo is one of the world’s oldest religions, it has been purposely characterized as barbaric, primitive, sexually licentious practice based on superstition and spectacle. Much of this image, however, is due to a concerted effort by Europeans, who have a massive fear of any and EVERY thing African, to suppress and distort a legitimate and unique religion that flourished among their enslaved Africans. When slavers brought these peoples across the ocean to the Americas, the African’s brought their religion with them.

Yet upon researching, I’ve discovered that it’s not evil at all. Sure you can do some pretty nasty things to those who piss you off, but “Voodoo (Vodun) is a derivative of the world’s oldest known religions which have been around in Africa since the beginning of human civilization. Some conservative estimates these civilizations and religions to be over 10,000 years old.” Ironically, it was the enforced immigration of enslaved Africans from different ethnic groups that provided the circumstances for the development of Voodoo.

European colonists thought that by desolating the ethnic groups, these could not come together as a community. However, in the misery of slavery, the transplanted Africans found in their faith a common thread. They began to invoke not only their own Gods but to practice rites other than their own. In this process, they comingled and modified rituals of various ethnic groups.

NUWLA

Tags: History, Religion, World

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18-Feb-2019


Is it OK for restaurants with a mostly white clientele to play rap songs that use the N-word? This man says no. 

 

Several weeks ago I was in a North Side coffeehouse, trying to ignore the usual hodgepodge of music blaring from the speakers, when a rap song came on.

It made me stop and listen. Over and over, it used the racial epithet we euphemistically call “the N-word,” and with each repetition I felt more bothered.

Was this OK? For this racially charged word to be so cavalierly broadcast into this public space? A space occupied entirely by white people? If there had been any black people there, would it have been better? Or worse? Was it OK because the word was being used by a black person?

I stewed over those questions for the time it took to finish my coffee, then on my way out stopped by the counter. I told the barista I thought it was wrong to casually blast that word in here, to treat it, in this space, as background entertainment. He shrugged.

Chicago Tribune

Music should be written for everyone to enjoy. 18-Feb-2019

Tags: Backlash, Environment, Hip Hop, History, Hypocrisy, Idiot Slave Controversy, Judgement, Parental Crime, Policy, Privilege, Representation, Segregation, Self Interest, Self-hatred, Stereotype, Supremacy

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18-Feb-2019


The Big Problem With ‘Biblical Literacy’ 

 

America is, quite famously, a nation founded on the principle of freedom of religion. As a result it is easy to understand why many people would be uncomfortable with certain kinds of religious practices (mostly notably prayer) and education in public schools. A little over a week ago President Trump tweeted his support for the introduction of Biblical literacy classes in schools, drawing attention to efforts by a variety of Christian groups to put the Bible back on the high school agenda.

Following Trump’s statement there was a flurry of media coverage of the issue. Fox News reported that “at least six states, Florida, Indiana, Missouri, North Dakota, Virginia and West Virginia have introduced legislation this year pushing for public schools to offer Bible literacy classes,” noting that these classes would be electives. (The Indiana bill is not actually a Bible course bill at all. It demands that the previously existing world religions electives class has to include a conversation about the Bible).

There is a strategy here: Project Blitz, an initiative sponsored by the Congressional Prayer Caucus Foundation, the National Legal Foundation and the WallBuilders ProFamily Legislative Network, has been orchestrating the push to create these bills.

As prominent SMU religious studies professor Mark Chancey has written, it’s actually already legal to teach the Bible in schools, so in some sense these bills are unnecessary. Courses like the one Trump is tweeting have been around for a century. Chancey told The Daily Beast that “it is important to recognize that Bible course bills and their sponsors may have different motivations…sometimes a bill is clearly about more than just biblical literacy, and that's definitely the case with Project Blitz bills.” Other measures that Project Blitz has called for includes the promotion of the motto “In God We Trust,” the introduction of a “year of the Bible” and the limiting of the rights of same-sex couples and transgender people. Chancey told me, “Project Blitz is weaponizing Biblical Literacy for the cultural wars.”

The Daily Beast

Tags: Bullying, Education, Environment, Exclusivity, History, Insensitivity, Interference, Judgement, Magic Splatter, Parental Crime, Privilege, Program, Racism, Reading, Religion, Science, Self Interest, Sex, Supremacy, Threat, Violence

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10-Feb-2019


10 Stars Whose Blackface Blunders Backfired, From Ted Danson to Kylie Jenner (Photos) 

 

Beyoncé The diva took heat for a 2011 L'Officiel Paris cover with an "African Queen" theme for which the pop star's skin was darkened.

The Wrap

Tags: Blackface, Entertainment, Environment, History, Race

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02-Feb-2019


It’s time for a #MeToo moment in hip hop 

 

In the weeks following the horrific revelations made in Lifetime’s bombshell six-part docuseries “Surviving R. Kelly,” the fallout has been immense.

The 52-year-old R&B superstar, accused of alleged sexual and physical abuse with underage girls spanning nearly three decades, has parted ways with Sony Music Entertainment and its subsidiary RCA Records, following protests over his conduct.

But while a day of reckoning seems to be finally at hand for Kelly, the hip-hop and R&B world has yet to truly have the #MeToo moment that has rocked Hollywood, professional sports, the video-game industry and the journalism biz.

Rapper Kodak Black is awaiting trial this April for allegedly pinning down, biting and raping a woman in a South Carolina hotel. But despite such serious allegations, the tattooed 21-year-old “Tunnel Vision” hit-maker is still treated like an A-lister.

NY Post

Tags: All Rights, Americans, Bad Daddy, Celebrity, Child Abuse, Children, Choices, Environment, Exclusivity, Hate, Hip Hop, History, Hostility, Hypocrisy, Ignorance, Inhumanity, Insensitivity, Lifestyle, Misrepresentation, Music, New World Order, No more Heroes, Parental Burden, Politics, Portrait, Race, Religion, Respect, Sex, Sex Identity, Sex Worker, Sexism, Sexual Harassment, Stereotype, Supremacy, Uncool, Violence, Woman's Rights, Women, Youth

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28-Jan-2019


 

(sex Goddess) 27-Jan-2019
Marilyn Monroe 19-May-2018

Tags: Entertainment, Genius of Art, History

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27-Jan-2019


Devils of Darkness (1965) Arf

The ladies strike, big bad twirls and the rest is Hitchcock bargain basement. Our parents partied wild. 26-Jan-2019

Tags: 1960s, Accidental Watch, By the Numbers, Camp, Chemistry, Comic Book, Daddy Squish, Director's Slice, Drama, Fantasy, Funny, History, Hot Swatch, Mystery, Over the Top, Pretty, Revenge, Romance, Scary, Silly, Star Watt, Suspense, Sweet, Tacky, Twisty, Weird, Wit Snit

Filed under: Movies

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26-Jan-2019


Inside ‘Leaving Neverland’: Sundance’s Horrifying Michael Jackson Child Rape Documentary 

 

Famed choreographer Wade Robson learned how to dance from watching Michael Jackson videos. His entire career is owed to Jackson’s mentorship. The King of Pop was the largest creative force and inspiration in his life. And, as Robson says in the new documentary Leaving Neverland: “He also sexually abused me. For seven years.”

Robson, who first caught the public eye at age five when Jackson invited him to dance on stage during the Bad tour, and later became a teen-phenom choreographer for Britney Spears and NSYNC, had revealed Jackson’s abuse, which started when he was 7 years old, before. He controversially came forward with the allegations in 2013, four years after Jackson had died and almost a decade after testifying in court that Jackson had never abused him. Robson’s testimony helped exonerate Jackson.

But in Leaving Neverland, Robson details a meticulous and graphic account of being sexually abused by Jackson, the psychological damage inflicted by Jackson that forced Robson to keep the secret, the lasting effects of the abuse into adulthood, and why he is coming forward now. Robson’s account is disturbingly mirrored by that of James Safechuck, a former child actor who starred in one of Jackson’s Pepsi commercials and says he suffered the same years-long pattern of sexual abuse after the singer befriended and, by their accounts, bewitched his family.

The Daily Beast

Tags: Abuse, Celebrity, Child Abuse, Children, Dcon, Documentary, Environment, Exclusivity, History, Hypocrisy, Investigation, Music, Parental Crime, Privilege, Representation, Sex, Stereotype, Supremacy, Victims, Violence, Youth

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25-Jan-2019


Martin Luther King Jr.'s true, radical legacy is being whitewashed by people looking for easy absolution 

 

The celebration of the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. takes place this year amidst political chaos. In particular, it is occurring in the middle a weeks-long government shutdown that has pitted President Donald Trump, the leader of a party that is 90 percent white, against the most diverse Congress in American history over an idea that has been derided as racist and xenophobic.

Praise for Dr. King’s legacy will emerge from this partisan rancor. Rather than invoke unity, however, such praise exposes a difficult truth: King's legacy has become as segregated as the country he tried to heal.

NBC News

Tags: Activism, All Rights, Americans, Celebration, Dedication, Education, Environment, Equality, History, Leaders, Legend, Politics, Representation, Respect, Unity

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21-Jan-2019


Travel Channel Chef Faces Backlash for Comment About Midwest Chinese Restaurants 

 

Travel Channel host Andrew Zimmern is under fire for for saying that Chinese food in the Midwest is served in “horseshit restaurants.”

Zimmern, a well-known TV chef, travels around the world trying strange food for his show Bizarre Foods. Zimmern also hosts The Zimmern List.

Time

Tags: Business, Celebrity, Chef, Food, History, Opinion, Restaurant

Filed under: Health/Food

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29-Dec-2018


Holiday Affair (1949) Howl

A sober Christmas treatise made with no fuss.

It was a forward example.

The Christmas gift was an alpha. 25-Dec-2018

Tags: 1940s, Beautiful, Best In Holiday, Chemistry, Classic, Comedy, Cute, Daddy Squish, Director's Art, Drama, Funny, Good Acting, History, Holiday, Hot Swatch, Romance, Sentimental, Star Watt, Sweet, Tough, Twisty, Wit Snit, Writ Tight, Writer's Peak

Filed under: Movies

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25-Dec-2018


A Message To Myself - Roo Panes 

Partner

Tags: All Rights, Drama, Environment, Gay, History, Music, Portrait, Reimagined, Reinterpreted, Relationships, Respect, Romance, Sex, Sexually Suggestive, Tribute

Filed under: Music

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20-Dec-2018


 

Do you think that if we had stuck with grandma's diet that we would have become immune to poison? 17-Dec-2018

Tags: Diets (fake news), Environment, Food, Health, Heritage, History, Sabor, Survival, World, Youth

Filed under: Wisps

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17-Dec-2018


Michael Jackson: Rich and Acquitted (2016) Woof


Living w/MJ

A revisit of a triumph turned acrid. His legacy was as King of Horrors and to be represented mostly by white women. Was that Heather Longboobs playing MJ? 05-Dec-2018

Tags: 2010s, Accident Watch, Conspiracy Theory, Court, Doc, Drama, History, Horror, Special, Tacky, Twisty, Weird, Wit Snit

Filed under: TV

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05-Dec-2018




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