Category Archives: Everyone’s a Critic

Inside the Label on BET

Last night, I made my national television debut as an expert on BET’s Inside the Label: “Grand Hustle.” I was tapped to talk about the intersection of race, gender, technology, and business. It was an honor to be part of such … Continue reading

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Erika Green Swafford: 15th Annual Conversation on Race and Entertainment Media

Last night, I interviewed Erika Green Swafford, writer and producer on ABC’s How To Get Away With Murder in the Joyce Hergenhan Auditorium at the S.I. School for Public Communications at Syracuse University for the 15th Annual Conversations on Race and Entertainment … Continue reading

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Why Black People Love Empire

Black people love Empire because this is the first time we have ever seen a big budget soap opera on a broadcast network that focused on a Black family. Much like Dallas (1978-1991) and Dynasty (1986-1991), both of which aired over … Continue reading

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