To anybody listening: A year ago one video littered screens all around the world. Phones, TVs, and Tablets displayed a video of a black man calling for his mother while a police officer put his knee on his back. In those short minutes people became witness to the death of a man named George Floyd.… Continue reading A Year in Reflection and a Year Unchanged: George Floyd, Daunte Wright and the Struggle for Black Lives to Matter
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Oy_HiDFfVo The Last Black Man in San Francisco tells the story of a young (obviously) black man named Jimmie Fails who attempts to move back into the home his grandfather built in San Francisco. In completing the task of obtaining the house, Jimmie seeks out the help of his odd socially unaware friend Montgomery. Jimmie,… Continue reading Friendship and Filmmaking: What can we take from The Last Black Man in San Francisco?
So before you cook a Guyanese curry, you have to know where it comes from. First, let me introduce you to Guyana. As most of my experience telling people where my family is from they have no idea where it is, so like the majority of the population I have interacted with I will assume… Continue reading Curry: Guyana’s Best Kept Secret