Recently a local theater whitewashed the role of a black slave in Arthur Miller's, "The Crucible." There was protest from myself and other members in the community. The local newspaper thought it was an important discussion to begin and asked for interviews, and wrote up an article. On the online article there is a comment… Continue reading Skin. Part 3
A little background. A local community theater group, (Olean Theatre Workshop), recently did an almost all female production of Arthur Miller's, The Crucible. In The Crucible, for those who may not be familiar, is a character named Tituba who is a black slave and calls for black actress to play the role. Olean Theatre Workshop casted… Continue reading Whitesplained
There are two sides to every story. Then there are screenshots. This woman by the way is the children's pastor to the church I left. Can you guess why I left? And she did go to my mother's home, (after knowing full well that we had just spent the night in the ER, deciding that… Continue reading Full Blast.
This is just a small observation. I feel really terrible for people who have to use a snapchat filter for all of their pictures. I can't imagine how insecure and unhappy one must be to only be able to show their face if it's been electronically deformed. The thing is, nobody is fooled by these… Continue reading Short Entry: The Filter Facade.