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Rihanna’s #BBHMM Video Assaults Patriarchy and Generates Dialogue about the Gendered Politics of Race, Violence, and Labor

Call:  Rihanna’s recent video for the song, “Bitch Better Have My Money,” or #BBHMM, is generating vibrant conversation about race, gender, and economics.  Some advertisers even boycotted the video.  Of course, there are rather predictable responses to Rihanna’s revenge fantasy.  However,… Continue Reading

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Betty Boop’s Cultural Origins Reveal Links between Race, Gender, and New Media History

Image featured in Meg Butler's article, "Historical Figures You Didn't Know Were Black."

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Call:  Madame Noire’s Featured Article:  Michelle Obama Still the First Black Lady?  Historical Figures You Didn’t Know Were Black. Response:  This engaging article has its merits, but illustrates the problem with web styling data for an agenda. Recovering black history… Continue Reading