The mess continues. Let's get into. So if you remember where we left off last week, Malachi is heading home from his buss down appointment when he runs into two guys that proceed to rob him. One of the guys pulls out a gun when Malachi refuses to empty his back pockets. It turns out the… Continue reading Giants Ep. 5 Recap
Episode 4 was a short one, but it is an important episode. In this episode, they dig a little deeper into Journee's story and we witness Malachi embark on a new venture. I believe Episode 4 is one of the best episodes so far (even though it's hard to compare 'cause I love them all). Let's… Continue reading Giants Ep. 4 Recap
If you all remember, we left off with Malachi getting hemmed up on the roof of his building in the middle of a smoke session. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K5OL6y_rmVA&t=324s This week we open up with Malachi really hemmed up. I mean, hands are tied, legs are tied, and duck tape over his mouth. I'm waiting for Huck and… Continue reading Giants Ep. 3 Recap
It was approximately Friday, January 6, 2017, I just got home from a long day at work. I was laying in bed, scrolling Twitter, trying to decompress from the day. I'm already feeling pretty good about myself (which is rare) because a blog post of mine (Selective Outrage) was making its way around the interweb and… Continue reading I’m Going to Yale.
If you have not been watching the web series Giants on Issa Rae's (Insecure) YouTube channel, you are missing out! About Giants According to Colorlines.com, Giants is a web series created, written, and starring James Bland. The series follows three Black friends that are riding a big, yellow struggle bus into their 30s. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1YgjugzXscg The characters Malachi - a… Continue reading Giants Ep. 1 & 2 Recap
It's the shortest, but definitely the most lit month of the year. It's Black History Month! February (which is also my birthday month, I'll be accepting gifts all month) is the time we set aside to pay extra attention and reverence to the contributions of the folks that built this country, Negros. From the arts… Continue reading Queer Erasure During Black History Month