Tag Archives: race and pop culture

How to indoctrinate people

written by Love Isn’t Enough guest contributor Matt; originally published at The FPE The role of records in my early life was strictly utilitarian. My parents weren’t record fetishists like I am; they had reasons for buying records that had … Continue reading

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A five-year-old reviews Erykah Badu’s “Window Seat” video

Written by Love Isn’t Enough guest contributor Super Hussy; originally posted at SuperHussy After viewing the web release of Erykah Badu’s video for the song “Window Seat”, I wanted to sit down and write something an write something amazingly poignant, … Continue reading

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Remembering John Hughes

[Editor's note: I love this piece by Jennifer, because is accurately captures the ambivalence that I felt as a young girl of color toward some of the cultural touchstones of my generation. I LOVED John Hughes movies--especially "The Breakfast Club." And … Continue reading

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