Tag Archives: black cool
‘Django Unchained’; Tarantino’s Love Affair with Black Cool
My thoughts on the “Django Unchained” trailer.
Posted in Film Tagged black cool, Django Unchained, Jamie Foxx, Kerry Washington, Kill Bill, Leonardo DiCaprio, Pulp Fiction, Quentin Tarantino, The Bride 1 Comment
Russell Simmons and His Delusions of a Post-Racial World
My thoughts on Russell Simmons’ piece in The Hollywood Reporter.
Posted in Film, Music Tagged 2050, advertising industry, Alyssa Rosenberg, black cool, black films, black music, black people, black self-hatred, deracinated, deracination, Diggy, Eddie Murphy, Frank Sinatra, Hollywood, James Roday, Justin Bieber, majority minority country, media consolidation, Mexican, Michael Jackson, Michael Trevino, music industry, post-racial, Russell Simmons, Sammy Davis Jr., Samuel L. Jackson, stereotype, The Help, white people, white redemption 3 Comments