Author Archives: Charing Ball
Maori Karmael Holmes, Founder Of The BlackStar Film Festival, Explains Why We Should Support Black Filmmaking
Charing Ball spoke to Maori Karmael Holmes, the founder of the BlackStar Film Festival, about what “black film” means, and why we need to support our filmmakers.
Should we keep marching for Black men when many don’t support Black women as they should?
As more celebrities refuse to leave their wealth to their children, Charing Ball says that for wealthy black folks, that’s not a good idea.
Charing says since McGruder left “The Boondocks,” the show is a shadow of itself. So she’s looking forward to McGruder’s new project “Black Jesus.”
Charing Ball says the NYPD is wasting valuable resources and man hours to target minor offenses and people they believe could potentially turn into big-time criminals.
See how this new wig was supported and funded by black women.
Do you agree?
What commonalities do we actually share? Black women, regardless of one’s sexual orientation, can not assert the same sort of liberties as White men.
Are you tired of seeing the same movie over and over again?
After a meme came out criticizing black women and weaves, Charing Ball says we’re overlooking how weaves have helped black entrepreneurs in the hair care industry.