from ReelBlack Author and comedian BARATUNDE THURSTON shares his thoughts on the state of popular African-American film and his hopes for the future. His new memoir, HOW TO BE BLACK is available now from Harper Collins.
Black Film from Spike Lee to Tyler Perry Mark Anthony Neal Duke University African & African American Studies—AAAS 390s-01 Program in Art of the Moving Image—AMI 390s-01 Visual and Media Studies—VMS 290s-01 Summer Session One M.T.Th... Read Post
In this excerpt from his memoir How to Be Black, comedian and The Root 100 honoree Baratunde Thurston offers rules for those who find themselves being the only black friend in a group. Read and learn. Cultural Authenticity Read full... Read Post
Big Think "Technology-loving comedian from the future" Baratunde Thurston says that in an economy of information abundance, you don't have to feel obligated to pay attention to it all.Baratunde Thurston is a politically-active, tech... Read Post