Tag Archives: Black Women

Carteles Magazine

Carteles Magazine

Anyone who knows the Curator of the Museum Of UnCut Funk knows I want to travel to Cuba. Carteles magazine makes me want to go even more. Cuba is full culture, art, history and many untold stories I want to hear for myself.

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CHRIS ROCK’S NEW DIRECTION

CHRIS ROCK’S NEW DIRECTION

Chris Rock is presently shooting his new film “Finally Famous.”  Starring Kevin Hart, Rosario Dawson, Gabrielle Union and Rock, it’s said to be an edgy showbiz-themed comedy with romance.  Given the Hart/ Rock combo, in addition to the talents of J.B. Smoove, Sherri Shepherd, Romany Malco and rising starlet Haley Marie Norman, I anticipate lots of laughs.  “Finally Famous” is Rock’s third direction, following his features “Head of State” and “I Think I Love My Wife.”

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BILL DUKE — The Man Behind “DARK GIRLS” on OWN

BILL DUKE — The Man Behind “DARK GIRLS” on OWN

BLACK IS BEAUTIFUL!  That used to be a popular phrase.  One that still holds true for me, it doesn’t for a multitude of people… from the land where the black man — the first man — began.  Bill Duke and D. Channsin Berry are the directors of “Dark Girls.”  Airing on OWN, it premiered last night, I don’t see any future air dates — but you can get all the details and see portions of the film on it’s official site: http://officialdarkgirlsmovie.com

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Dorothy Height Commemorative Bronze Medal

Dorothy Height Commemorative Bronze Medal

The Dorothy Height Commemorative Bronze Medal has been added to the Museum Of UnCut Funk Coin and Medal Collection.

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Black Pearls from the 1970s by Prof. William H. Foster III, Comic Book Historian

Black Pearls from the 1970s by Prof. William H. Foster III, Comic Book Historian

 

A Tribute to Black Women

One of the best things about researching the historical Images of Blacks in Comics is that I never know when I am going to find an unknown treasure. Such was the case when I found the following two volumes written by Sister Carolyn Jetter Greene and illustrated by Don C. Eaton.

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Preserving Black History By Collecting Stamps

Preserving Black History By Collecting Stamps

 
The Museum of UnCut Funk has acquired the latest stamps from the United States Post Office Black Heritage Series, the Distinguished Soldiers stamp featuring Doris Miller and the Anna Julia Cooper stamp.

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Star Trek The Animated Series – Lt Uhura

Star Trek The Animated Series – Lt Uhura

Lt Uhura was the first positive Black character from a TV series to appear as that character in a Saturday morning cartoon series.

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