• 21
  • Jun

Those who do not have Netflix will not be aware of this powerful television series.  But, Black Earth Rising is a remarkable mini-series set in today’s world but with direct reference to the Rwandan Genocide of the mid-1990s.  It is a deep story of one young woman’s torment over her roots, the International Criminal Court (ICC) and its prosecutions, the role of France and other countries in the Rwandan genocide and the power of transnational companies and their role in exploiting and profiting from tribulations in Africa.  

  • 14
  • Jun
There is a reason that X-Men: Dark Phoenix, directed by Simon Kinberg and written by John Byrne and Chris Claremont, is expected to lose US$100 Million after the worst franchise opening franchise ever:  this movie stinks.
  • 07
  • Jun
My son alerted me to a YouTube site with a sista’ called Sharronda Williams and her blog called: Pay or Wait.  This young lady is talking in rapid fire ‘hood speed vernacular about the latest movies and top TV shows.  
  • 07
  • Jun
For those who enjoy a real connection with nature and are looking for an opportunity to reach out and touch Mother Earth, there is no better place than Namibia.
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