Explore Black Actresses, Viola Davis and more!

Explore related topics

Theresa Harris- She is a famous actress who refused to be given roles that portrayed black women negatively.

Theresa Harris- She is a famous actress who refused to be given roles that portrayed black women negatively.

This ‘Carmichael Show’ Actress Has An Idea About How Black People Can Strike Back Against Noose Hangers

This ‘Carmichael Show’ Actress Has An Idea About How Black People Can Strike Back Against Noose Hangers

"Appropriation occurs when the appropriator is not aware of the deep significance of the cuture that they're partaking in. What would America be like if we loved black people as much as we love black culture?"  ~ Amandla Stenberg, actress (http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/style-blog/wp/2015/04/16/rue-of-hunger-games-is-all-grown-up-and-ready-to-teach-you-a-lesson-about-race/?tid=sm_fb) h/t Beverly Pratt

"Appropriation occurs when the appropriator is not aware of the deep significance of the cuture that they're partaking in. What would America be like if we loved black people as much as we love black culture?" ~ Amandla Stenberg, actress (http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/style-blog/wp/2015/04/16/rue-of-hunger-games-is-all-grown-up-and-ready-to-teach-you-a-lesson-about-race/?tid=sm_fb) h/t Beverly Pratt

Loletha Elayne "Lola" Falana (born September 11, 1942 in Camden, New Jersey) is an American singer, dancer, and actress. In 1970, Falana made her American film debut in The Liberation of L.B. Jones and was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for New Star Of The Year - Actress for her performance. She was the first black woman to model for a line of cosmetics that was not targeted solely at blacks, in the successful Faberge Tigress perfume ads. [Read more...]

Loletha Elayne "Lola" Falana (born September 11, 1942 in Camden, New Jersey) is an American singer, dancer, and actress. In 1970, Falana made her American film debut in The Liberation of L.B. Jones and was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for New Star Of The Year - Actress for her performance. She was the first black woman to model for a line of cosmetics that was not targeted solely at blacks, in the successful Faberge Tigress perfume ads. [Read more...]

“The line between cultural appropriation and cultural exchange is always going to be blurred,” Stenberg said aptly.

This "Hunger Games" Actress Just Gave The Realest Explanation Of Cultural Appropriation

“The line between cultural appropriation and cultural exchange is always going to be blurred,” Stenberg said aptly.

Diahann Carroll-Born 6.17.1935 A breast cancer survivor - attended Music & Art High School, along with schoolmate Billy Dee Williams. In many interviews about her childhood, Diahann Carroll recalls her parents' support of her & that they enrolled her in dance, singing & modeling classes. By the time Diahann Carroll was 15, she was modeling for Ebony magazine. She stood 6ft & had a lean build. After graduating from high school, Diahann Carroll attended New York University, majored in…

Diahann Carroll-Born 6.17.1935 A breast cancer survivor - attended Music & Art High School, along with schoolmate Billy Dee Williams. In many interviews about her childhood, Diahann Carroll recalls her parents' support of her & that they enrolled her in dance, singing & modeling classes. By the time Diahann Carroll was 15, she was modeling for Ebony magazine. She stood 6ft & had a lean build. After graduating from high school, Diahann Carroll attended New York University, majored in…

Quvenzhané Wallis is the first African-American child actor to earn an Oscar nomination, and the first person born in the 21st century to receive an Academy Award nomination.

Quvenzhané Wallis is the first African-American child actor to earn an Oscar nomination, and the first person born in the 21st century to receive an Academy Award nomination.

Pinterest
Search