Author Archives: Charing Ball
Have you heard these claims?
I don’t want people walking down the street using my hair to make assumptions about my intelligence, my commitment to the community and social justice, and how much weed I smoke–unless they are going to front me a bag.
Have you heard about this?
What’s wrong with serving and honoring Soul Food as traditional African-American cuisine during Black History Month?
Why can’t we ride for Mo’Nique for standing up for what’s right?
We did understand that she was a human being right?
Charing Ball says Cory and Tia’s story on how they met is beautiful, but in the wrong hands, their story about finding love through potential can also be the stuff horror films are made of.
Find out why we need to be there.
Charing Ball says that “class” is often used as a shield to protect some while also being used as a tool to oppress others: like women of more marginalized identities. This was made very evident in the whole Amber Rose/Khloe Kardashian Twitter dust-up.
Lee Daniels said his goal was to blow the lid off of the rampant homophobia in the Black community. Has he done that?