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My First On Camera Interview!

by Brittney M. Walker Hey all! I had the privilege of conducting an impromptu on-camera interview at Lingerie Fashion Week 2013 with boudoir photographer, Angelica Roberts. Angelica, is a wonder. She helps women regain their confidence through photography. It’s absolutely beautiful. Check out the interview at BumperCandy.com.

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Reality TV and Black Women – Crack of the New Age

By Brittney M. Walker Reality television has taken societal values to a whole new low, particularly for the Black community. With the recent airing of top rated reality show, “The Real Housewives of Atlanta: Reunion,” I had to step back and wonder about the damage this show along with others …

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“Free Angela” Premiere in Harlem

At the red carpet premiere of “Free Angela and All Political Prisoners” at Harlem’s Schomburg, celebrities and guests from all walks of life came to support the documentary of the year. Directed by Shola Lynch, the film first debuted at the Tribeca Film Festival and finally was released to the …

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Heroes with a Black Face – Part 2

The future of the comic book industry By Brittney M. Walker All print media is rapidly changing. Distributors, publishers, and newspapers are divorcing hard copy prints for digital media. Comic books are only forced to go the same direction. A greater challenge (or advantage), however, is that Black comic book …

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Heroes with a Black Face – Part 1

Comic book creators work to battles stereotypes By Brittney M. Walker There’s been a lot of talk in my circle about the influence of media. Malcolm X said, “The media’s the most powerful entity on earth. They have the power to make the innocent guilty and to make the guilty …

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