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A Guy Dressed As Black Panther Proposed At A 'Black Panther' Screening

“She accepted and we brought the happy couple some Champagne for a toast,” says Sampson. “The gentleman wanted to let her

'Black Panther' Opens With Huge Box Office Numbers

The blockbuster is expected to take in over $200 million by the end of the long weekend.

3 Powerful Relationship Lessons From ‘Black Panther’ That Can Transform Black Love (Spoiler Alert)

Black Panther has finally hit the big screen, and man it did not disappoint! My husband and I went to see the movie (sans any Afrocentric garb–unfortunately I didn’t get the memo in time) and I was caught up in the rapture of the breathtaking imagery and revolutionary themes the film delivered. As the latest installment Keep Reading ?

CONSTRUCTIVE FEEDBACK UNIVERSITY:(Bigger Than 'Black Panther') All People With A SPIRITUAL VOID Will Leverage ENTERTAINMENT and POLITICS To Manipulate The MASSES Of Their Congregation Who Are Similarly Afflicted With A VOID Caused By The Previous Attacks

AS WITH POLITICS - Constructive Feedback University works to resit making commentary upon the ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIAL (ie: 'the movie itself' or the prime time political speech) but instead we LOOK UP into the balcony where the corrupt...Show More Summary

ATLANTA/FULTON COUNTY GEORGIA: 1) The Fulton County Jail Is Full 2) Residents Are Complaining About CAR THIEVES & DRUG DEALERS Being Released And Sent Back To TERRORIZE THE COMMUNITY 3) The Atlanta Police Chief Vents Her Frustrations 4) GUESS WHAT A Form

I HATE WHEN MEDIA OPERATIVES CREATE 'FRAUDULENT BINARY CHOICES' AND FEED THEM TO THE 'SPIRITUALLY BLIND MASSES' FALSE CHOICES WE DON'T HAVE ENOUGH JAIL SPACE IN FULTON COUNTY GEORGIA (ATLANTA) SO WE MUST EITHER: A) BUILD MORE JAILS OR...Show More Summary

Screenwriters’ Lecture: 'Mudbound' Writer & Director Dee Rees

Mudbound writer & director Dee Rees shares thoughts on building stories in film. -- BAFTA Guru

Left of Black S8:E11: The Eloquent Rage of Brittney Cooper

Left of Black S8:E11: The Eloquent Rage of Brittney Cooper On location in Winston-Salem, NC at Wake Forest University Left of Black host Mark Anthony Neal is joined by scholar and author Brittney Cooper (@ProfessorCrunk), author of Eloquent Rage: A Black Feminist Discovers Her Superpower. Show More Summary

The Proper BLACK CONSCIOUS Response To The USA Today Article Noting That In WHITE TRiUMP's Attempts For A CONSERVATIVE JUDICIARY - 80 Are WHITE And 5 Are Asian, 1 Is Black And 1 Is A Hispanic

As WHITE TRiUMP Seeks To Use His Time In Office To Flip The US Judiciary CONSERVATIVE, The Progressive Nationalist Media Play Up On The FACT That "The Bench" Of The CONSERVATIVE TEAM IN AMERICA Is PREDOMINATELY WHITE (Just Like The Schools...Show More Summary

Maame Biney's Pioneering Run At The Winter Olympics Is Over

The first black woman to make a U.S. Olympic speedskating team was eliminated in a 1,500-meter short-track heat.

After 'Black Panther': Roxane Gay on What's Still Missing From the Marvel Universe

'Roxane Gay is best known as the writer of books, including Bad Feminist and Hunger. But she also collaborated with Ta-Nehisi Coates on the short-lived Black Panther companion series, World of Wakanda. Gay joins The Takeaway to talk about her experience writing for comic book fans and whether Marvel is doing enough to cultivate an inclusive audience.'

New Yorker Radio Hour -- Ava DuVernay in Conversation with Jelani Cobb

'No film adaptation of A Wrinkle In Time, Madeleine L’Engle’s beloved, and often banned, children’s book, published in 1962, has ever made it to American movie theaters. It finally comes to the screen with a cast that includes Oprah Winfrey and Reese Witherspoon. Show More Summary

Reading The Reckoning: Morgan Jerkins

'In week two of the book club series, Reading The Reckoning with Rebecca Carroll, this week's book is a collection of essays by Morgan Jerkins called, This Will Be My Undoing. This New York Times best seller takes on a central question: What does it mean to “be” — to live as, to exist as — a black woman today?' -- The Takeaway

The Information Weapon: Why the Internet was Always Spying on You

'Investigative journalist Yasha Levine explains why the internet has been a surveillance tool since day one - as a Cold War project to monitor populations pushing back against the militarization of society, and as the synthesis of corporate and state power in service of protecting the interests of the ruling class - yesterday, today and tomorrow. Show More Summary

Redefining American Marriage in the Shadow of American Incarceration: A Conversation with Tayari Jones

'In a conversation with Isaac Fitzgerald, founding editor of Buzzfeed Books and co-host of Twitter Morning Show, #AmtoDM, Tayari Jones talks about her writing process, her relationships with her characters, and what it felt like to get an unannounced call from Oprah herself. Show More Summary

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