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Pixar can never top this.
I hated this part so much (loved the movie though). A stereotype and she didn’t even get a body… oh, and her name was “Honey”… Even as a kid, I knew something was wrong…
this is why i’m not attracted to guys who can’t dance, because this is the hottest thing ever…
Using film, visual art, dance and poetry, A Different Mirror provides a platform for Women of Colour artists to explore the conflicts about how we see ourselves versus how we are seen.
The 3 day exhibition and educational activities confront these crucial questions about the systems or structures that shape our relationship to our bodies and its connection to our identities. It holds up a mirror to see and know ourselves differently.
Exhibition Public Opening Times:
Saturday 26th April 2014 10 am – 5pm
Sunday 27th April 2014 12 pm – 5pm
Featuring works by: Indigo Williams, Lesley Asare, Sanaa Hamid, Nasreen Raja, Sarina Leah Mantle, Wasma Mansour, Uchenna Dance, Patricia Kaersenhout, and Ng’endo Mukii, Aowen Jin, Janine ‘j*9′ Francois, Clare Eluka, and Emerzy Corbin.
Reflections: Art as a Tool for Healing
Saturday 26th of April 2014
6:30pm – 8:30pm £7.50 (early bird £6.50)
This artist seminar explores the ways in which art can be used to heal and empower ourselves and others. It offers insight into different artistic mediums and how these artists have used their practices for reclamation and transformation.
Featuring a performance by writer Yrsa Daley-Ward, talks by Indigo Williams (poet) and Lesley Asare (visual and performance artist) of I Shape Beauty, and a panel discussion featuring Sharmila Chauhan, Aowen Jin, Vicki Igbokwe (Uchenna Dance) and Bola Agbaje.
Book your ticket here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/reflections-art-as-a-tool-for-healing-tickets-11083233249?ref=ebtnebtckt
Photos by Rowena Gordon Photography
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this is why michael and janet are so important to me
they didn’t play these liberal individualist games they were pro-black all day every muthafuckin day and it didn’t affect them
granted, janet’s been quite since that ytboy exposed her boob but at the height of her career…
… and I think I’m the only one that believes that last night’s finale was a good thing for Olivia and Fitz.
I could right a long essay, but here’s the deal in a nutshell.
So much of the horribleness that we’ve all had to deal with, the back and forths, the forced-victimization of the female supporting character to absolve her of all of her previous sins and further villainize the lead is done-zo. Out in the open. Everyone knows the Mellie’s secret SO NOW IT CAN BE ADDRESSED! It is not some dirty secret in the background that can be used for pity anymore. Pity time is over. Solutions are afoot and Fitz and Mellie need to grieve and reevaluate their relationship AND THAT IS WHEN THINGS WILL GET REAL. Mellie can now be free and not feel like everyone is against her anymore. Fitz can now feel whole as a man and not see Mellie as a castrating force in his life. He can now see her as a human being, a partner in the family they created, but without spite and anger (from both sides), emotions that can make people hold on to relationships even when they are over and done with.
Olivia, though tricked by her father, seems to be open to being worthy of love. THIS IS BIG. She is still in love with Fitz but seems to want to grow on her own… BREATHE on her own while he is putting the pieces of his life back together. Olivia needs time to rebuild OLIVIA and she’s taking it.
I do hope that they skip forward 2 or so years and that Olivia, who once formidable, became a broken woman with this relationship and the impact of her family life, becomes OUR OLIVIA once again, but better, wiser and more confident in who she is as a woman.
For fans of Olivia and Fitz, the two will grow exponentially from the finale experience and, if they eventually get together again, will be so STRONG, a true power couple, emotionally and professionally.