Looking Back At Some Popular Posts in 2013

2013 was a year full of ups, downs, achievements, and controversies.  Here are some of the noted/popular articles featured on this blog over the last 12 months.

January
Slavery Makes A Comeback in Recent Films

February
As Black History Month Comes to a Close, The Education Must Continue

March
Still Thanking Black Starz 11 Years Later
Howard University Students Making A Difference in Chicago

April
Remembering Roger Ebert

May
A Shooting Breaks Out, But National Coverage Is Slow to Follow

June
A Little Girl, A Bowl of Cheerios, and A Whole Lot of Hate

July
Fannie Lou Hamer Speaks Out on Voting Rights and Police Brutality

August
Remembering Lee Thompson Young

September
Russell Simmons, Harriet Tubman, and the Continued Degradation of Black Women
Barry Jenkins on Being A Black Filmmaker

November
Andrea Lewis Debuts in “Black Actress”

December
The Importance & Significance of 12 Years A Slave 

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