Category: Black Womanist Thought

Actress, Producer Tangi Miller is Host of New Talk Show ‘Diva Talk’

Actress, Producer Tangi Miller is Host of New Talk Show ‘Diva Talk’

Tangi Miller has created a new talk show called “Diva Talk” that will stream on Fuzion Digital Media and other platforms. The show that premieres Thursday, August 8th at 8 pm will discuss topics including beauty/cosmetics, fashion/style, products and brands.

Miller is the CEO and founder of two production companies— Olivia Entertainment and Hollywood East— which is where the talk show gets its foundation.

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Serena Williams is More Than Just a Tennis Player

Serena Williams is More Than Just a Tennis Player

This past Saturday, Serena Williams lost in the women’s single Wimbledon Tennis Final which is one of the four Grand Slam tennis tournaments in the world. In total, she has won 23 Grand Slam titles, and of that, seven were titles from the Wimbledon tournaments. Serena Williams has shown herself to be a dedicated person in her sport always as her personal life, and she has received backlash from that.

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Black Woman’s Expression Holds to Systematic Intersectionalities

Women are oppressed due to the idea of this binary of male versus female and that males are dominant group within this correlation.  The American system has proven that the systematic intersectionalities of race, gender and even class do play a part in the functioning of society. Black women are at the intersections of all these isms. Women are already oppressed due to this- social construct of gender; therefore women of color, specifically black women are at the full effect of discrimination because of such. Yet, women who do not identify with the norms of society are discriminated and oppressed even after because of one’s sexual orientation and sexual expression on top of racism, sexism and classism. The reason for this is through the lens of control and power from the structural perspective through racialized gender stereotypes of the black community.

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