Tag Archives: Janelle Monae

New Year; More Violence.

I’m going to be honest, I had a couple of drinks for this one. I think at this point you know what I am referencing. The Colour of Violence Seriously, it might seem like this post is coming straight from … Continue reading

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Celebrate in Love & Rage

We have just seen SCOTUS help our country pull our heads a little further out of our asses. But please know while we are celebrating there is still SO MUCH to continue to fight for. There’s still going to be … Continue reading

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Terrorism, Loving Rage, and Juneteenth

How are we to find the love amidst all of the rage and all of the terror? What do we do and ¬†how do we begin to think of anything but violence malice and fear in the face of the … Continue reading

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My Weekly Frustration-Week 15: Afrofuturistic Effective Affect Machines

This week we were to read Steven Shaviro’s, “Post-Cinematic Affect: On Grace Jones, Boarding Gate, and Southland Tales,” though we primarily focused on Shaviro’s discussion of Grace Jones in her music video ‘Corporate Cannibal’. What I took from this read … Continue reading

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Q.U.E.E.N. Featuring Erykah Badu

As I am working on my next blog post after an EXHAUSTING end of my academic year, I’d like to leave you all with a song that has been SO inspiring to me everyday. I will likely be referring to … Continue reading

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