Just maybe when I believed I was a Superhero, I was predicting the future.
If you want to share a film about Black American rural life, strife, dreams, dwindling humanity... this is the movie. It's unapologetically raw and in your face. It makes you uncomfortable with any privilege you may have. It makes you hyper aware that Black Americans have not come that far. ~ #MommyFab #EfabulousHB
"Owned, a Tale of Two Americas" is very sobering film that explores post-war institutionalized housing discrimination against Black Americans, in the United States. #OwnedFilm #HoustonCinemaArtsFestival #MommyFab #EfabulousHB
There is an esoteric value that comes with Black American art and Black art from around the globe. That feeling of connection has no monetary value. It's assessed by my soul. #MommyFab #ArtsBeatsAndLyrics #JackHoneyABL #EfabulousHB #JackABLHOU
Disclaimer >> let's get this out of the way now. For the November 9, 2018 #JackHoneyABL event, I was an invited influencer and allowed to view the artwork as media rather than a regular patron. Whilst I did participate in this event as #media, the opinions expressed in this blog post are mine and mine … Continue reading Art, Beats & Lyrics returned to Houston … and it was glorious. Here’s the highlights!
My best advice to you is mark your calendars, set a Google reminder - place a mark on your sundial even; but do not miss this event again. #MenWhoCook2018 was all about food, folks and feeling festive while raising funds for Houston scholars with big goals and dreams. #MommyFab #EfabulousHB
l love men. I love food. I LOVE MEN WHO COOK. Join me Oct 14th for #MenWhoCook2018 >> #MommyFab
Honestly, I had an amazing time. The vendors were amazing. I loved the activities on offer for the kiddos. There was so much cool and eye catching merchandise, I had to put a straight jacket on my wallet. LOL! >> #FandemicTour #FandemicPartner
One thing that Houston does well is bring people together from all walks of life, so to have the Fandemic Comic Con in Houston only makes sense. Don't miss out!
It is my sincerest hope that in coming years the Houston Black Heritage Festival will evolve and expand into an event that puts a large priority on the sense of Black American pride, knowledge sharing about Black American history and encouragement for a stronger community instead of just a couple of dance routines, songs, earrings for sale and a space of cultural befuddlement. #ILoveBeingBlackAmerican