I was scrolling down my FB timeline when I ran across this video:
Ronald Moon lives in Evanston, one of the toughest/roughest neighborhoods in Cincinnati. To see that he is trying to make a change in the community only to be thwarted by some of those who are imprisoned in a broken spirituality is heartbreaking.
But then he just forgives them and wants to keep on doing his work.
Please help Ronald Moon by giving to his fund. If you can’t help them pass along the word so those who can help will know about it.
Be strong, Ronald. There are so many of us out there that care.
Jamilah McDowell (“some people know me as Mimi, others Jaja, many more as that girl with the death glare and monotone voice”), a biology major at the University of Cincinnati’s Blue Ash campus, will participate in Queen City Black Comix Day on Aug. 29! She will display some of her paintings and sell postcard versions of them at the event.
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Counting down the days until this event.
I want to see this film.
I probably will eventually find it on Netflix or have to request it as an Interlibrary Loan book before it makes its way to me. But I am going to see it.
Just for the fact alone that is has a gorgeous AMBF couple in it, which the beautiful Teyonah Parris is a part of.
The movie was written and directed by J.P. Chan. You may remember some of his earlier work, like Digital Antiquities, which I have briefly written about in an earlier blog.
And if you go see it and you liked it, leave me a comment in the box.
I really do read them.