#WakandaForever! You've undoubtedly seen this phrase all over social media due to the amazing success of the CBM "Black Panther". We take a look at the movie, the themes, the characters, the messages that the movie conveys to our youth, and why POSITIVE representation on screen is a good thing. There are a few plot details that we discuss so if you have not seen the film yet, go see it and then come back. As always, we welcome your feedback!
Blacks and the GOP have a very unhealthy relationship with each other. The GOP generally has no problem telling minorities what they feel about them, and do not generally promote nor pass policies to help African Americans out. However, there was a time when the majority of African Americans that could vote chose to align with the Republican party--the so-called party of Lincoln. In this episode of University College, we briefly discuss the history of Blacks and the Republican party--as well as why it might be time to consider a switch from the Democratic party. We'd love to hear your feedback.
Welcome back to University College! In this episode, we dissect the effectiveness of President Donald Trump's first State of the Union. The pomp, the circumstance, the red meat thrown out to his base, we look at everything.
What did POTUS say--but more importantly, what did he leave out?