Shout out to the FANTI fam. You all ask us the best questions, including this week’s: When it comes to job hunting with personal ethics and values in mind, should I continue to hold out and work for companies truly committed to dismantling white supremacy and patriarchy even if it means struggling to make ends meet?
HM: Disney Plus releases Sparkshorts Twenty Something directed by Pixar’s rising animator Aphton Corbin.
HM: Director Zach Parrish releases the romantic animated short Us Again about an elder interracial couple dancing back into the days of their youth.
HM: Getting into convo with bikers, host Christopher Stricklen talks racial justice on the soon-to-release episode of his podcast We Got to Hangout.
HM: CBS’ Big Brother will have its first Black winner thanks to Tiffany Mitchell (and The Cookout Alliance).
HM: Megan Rohrer has become the first transgender bishop for the Evangelical Lutheran Church.
DM: Nicki Minaj’s vaccine tweets inspired the Barbz to get loud and unabashedly ignorant in these streets.
Black History Is Happening Everyday
Michaela Coel is the first Black woman to win an Emmy for writing I May Destroy You, one of the best limited series of the last decade, and she slayed her Emmy moment with a relatable and much-needed speech for 2021.
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