Funny, snarky, smart blog maintained by two self-proclaimed Afrogeeks (yeah, I borrowed the name from them). Consider this recent comment about the much overrated film "Hustle and Flow" :
Check them out.
This site is legend in our house because it's the only piece of performance art Brian and I have both loved. (It may, in fact, be the only piece of performance art Brian has ever liked.) Go read it and then tell me the Democrats don't owe Barak Obama some rental fees.
3. Black Superhero Museum
Brian spends an inordinate amount of time here. Everything you ever wanted to know about every black superhero created since the dawn of time.
4. New and Notes
NPR's "black" news show (though, of course, no one actually says this). Get a regular dose of smart black people talking about something other than hip hop and the "n-word" (not that there's anything wrong with that).
5. Avery Center
For those of you who are local--an amazing archive/museum right in our own backyard. Their mission in their own words: to collect, preserve, and document the history and culture of African Americans in Charleston and the South Carolina Lowcountry.
6. Black Heritage in Charleston
And if, after you've visited Avery, you have the urge to see more real live black people in our own backyard, the above site provides you with ample links cool places to visit.
And there we are. We're all caught up. See you tomorrow.