Join Us Now! S&A Livecast Hot Topics Show ("Boardwalk Empire" And More)

by Cynthia Reid
November 3, 2011 11:55 AM
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Guess what today is? Yep, time for another fabulous S&A live podcast show with the S&A crew. You can check in at 8:00pm/est. We plan to have another "real talk," no holds barred show. Topics planned should definitely interest you:
-We'll discuss a recent episode of Boardwalk Empire, a nuanced scene on class and colorism within the black community, that effectively explored an aspect usually not tackled. Why did it take Terrance Winter and BE to get it right? Check out the clip below.
-Are black filmmakers missing "pioneering" opportunities and are they being left behind when it comes to developing innovative ways to make and distribute their films?
-Also, Emmanuel did a great post--Is Interracial Coupling On TV Meant To Soften The Blow Of Casting Black Leads?--which we plan to explore more. Read HERE if you missed it.

Just go HERE to listen and don't forget to join us in the chat room. Please call us at (347) 215-8777. We'd LOVE to hear from you guys, everyone is welcome so please don't be shy. We definitely want to get your opinions. See ya there!

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3 Comments

  • Michael Muhammad | November 3, 2011 12:16 PMReply

    I like it. She should not have talked about here husband like that,in front of a stranger. His country ways That wasn't right.

  • JMac | November 3, 2011 11:40 AMReply

    Eh, on the scene. Isn't different from any other self man made vs. child of privilege scene - just substitute with black people and make field negro/house negro dialogue.

  • Scheffeé Wilson | November 3, 2011 8:53 AMReply

    She looks black to me!!!!!!!!

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