June 1, 2015

Just imagine being in Havana, Cuba in 1948. Living the wondrous life in the Hollywood and New York of the Caribbean. During this period, Cuba was the playground of White, well-to-do, Americans, in search of the Afro-Cuban rhythms, food and culture.

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When I sat in the packed-to-capacity ImageNation screening of “Better Mus’ Come” (a film by Storm Saulter), I hoped for a kind of catharsis. I welcomed some perspective on events during my childhood in Jamaica that had been filtered to me through textbooks and my paren...

June 1, 2015

“Crack! ” is the sound of the girl’s fist as it connects with the jaw of a teenaged boy who is almost twice her size. As he crumples to the ground from the blow, the pummeling continues growing more and more intense with every punch. Surrounded by a group of peers too...

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