Monthly Archives May 2015

THE BROTHERS DOZEN & A SISTA – 13 Successful Black Directors

THE BROTHERS DOZEN & A SISTA – 13 Successful Black Directors

Saw a story on Atlanta Blackstar’s website about black film directors.  A good overview of these mavericks, I wanted to share and archive it, here in the Funkalicious blog…

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BROTHERS LOUIS JOHNSON & BB KING – The Art of FUNK & BLUES

BROTHERS LOUIS JOHNSON & BB KING – The Art of FUNK & BLUES

Louis Johnson, of the Brother’s Johnson discovered by Quincy Jones, passed away on May 21st.  Truly one I was blessed to have met, and got to interview about his life and music, he was unquestionably one of the FUNKIEST to ever hold a bass guitar.

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Funky Turns 40: Black Character Revolution At The Northwest African American Museum

Funky Turns 40: Black Character Revolution At The Northwest African American Museum

Funky Turns 40: Black Character Revolution – Exhibition Results From The Northwest African American Museum (NAAM).

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The ECBACC Pioneer and Lifetime Achievement Awards

The ECBACC Pioneer and Lifetime Achievement Awards

The ECBACC Pioneer / Lifetime Achievement Award was inaugurated in 2004 to honor those men and women, many unsung, who have made innovative, dynamic and lasting contributions to the cartoon, comic book & sci-fi industry and who have paved the way for others. This year’s Awards go to five recipients who are modern-day creative pioneers who have maintained a consistent presence in the industry for more than 2 decades.

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2015 Glyph Comics Awards Winners

2015 Glyph Comics Awards Winners

The Museum Of UnCut Funk is pleased to share with you the recipients of the 2015 Glyph Comics Awards!

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M is for Malcolm – Born 90 Years Ago Today

M is for Malcolm – Born 90 Years Ago Today

Many of the lessons Malcolm X taught, were for the benefit of all Men then, as well as today.  A Man that was Marveled, and yet MisunderstoodMalcolm Little was the son of parents Earl and Louise Little.  He Married Betty Shabazz in 1958, and is the father to Qubilah, Ilyasah, Attallah, Malikah, Gamilah Lumumba, and Malaak.

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Being A Black Chef In America

Being A Black Chef In America

A group of chefs speak out about the challenges they face in the restaurant industry, from social pressures to clichéd narratives. This article was written by Nicole A. Taylor for First We Feast.

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EVERGREEN FUNKY CLIPS

EVERGREEN FUNKY CLIPS

Liken to my PSA blogs, “Evergreen Funky Clips,” will be videos regarding aspects of society that are Funked Up.  Best case scenario, a new day will dawn, however considering we have to address these issues…  Unfortunately despite the realization, while some issues will ideally cease to exist, little to nothing will be done about most of these atrocities.

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