Kool Cats And Hip Chicks

Dedicated to the heroes and sheroes, all the brothas and sistas who made the 1970’s so funky,

but whose accomplishments and contributions never got the respect they really deserved.

Ms. Pam Grier

“She’s the Godmother of them all…The Baddest One-Chick Hit Squad that ever hit town!” So promised the 1973 promotional poster for the American International Pictures

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Funk My Soul

Sista ToFunky met Alex Hafner in January of this year and to my delight Alex is one of the Koolest Cats I ever met. We

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John Solie

The Museum of UnCut Funk celebrates the movie poster art of John Solie. John’s legendary skill for depicting “dead-on likenesses” of famous people has kept

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D’Urville Martin

D’Urville Martin was an actor, director and producer who was considered one of the hardest working men during the Blaxploitation film era.

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Roxie Roker

Roxie Roker may best be remembered for playing outspoken Helen Willis for ten years on the popular television sitcom The Jeffersons.

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Terry Carter

The Museum of UnCut Funk salutes John E. DeCoste aka Terry Carter. Terry was born in Brooklyn, New York on December 16, 1928, the only

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Sheila Frazier

Actress and producer Sheila Elaine Frazier was born on November 13, 1948 in the Bronx, New York to Dorothy Dennis and Eugene Cole Frazier. Frazier

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Naomi Sims

Naomi Sims: Entrepreneur; Writer; Fashion Model Naomi Sims, one of the top Black businesswomen in the United States, began her career as the first Black

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Good Hair

Hours after President Barack Obama’s inauguration, Rock sat down to talk about his Sundance entry, “Good Hair,” a hilarious examination of the cultural pressures that

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