Resolved Question: After Soledad O'Briens
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Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council?
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Resolved Question: How in the world did
I am starting to really hate CNN. I don't understand when they aired something that interesting about Black entrepreneurs and Black techs. They showed this white women Soledad O’Brien. Why? And who in the world let the broad join the National Association of Black Journalists? She's not even black? I know she's mixed but damn...Why can't CNN have a real sista? LOL I don't claim obama as black. Obama is a mutt *true story* I don't claim obama as black. Obama is a mutt *true story* @Jessica W....You know she's not a light skin Black person she biracial. If I want to see some kind of Black representation, why have a non black person leading the segment? If she's black, then I'm Asian. LOL
Posted on 30 December 2011 | 11:27 am
Resolved Question: I have a brilliant idea
Let me start by saying soledad is a real inspiration for a mixed woman like me, I used to hate being 1/4 black, but she has inspired me to give back to the black community.
I have come to the realization that there are just too few roles for black actresses, and that many are infuriated that they must fight Kim Kardashian for parts in highly esteemed excellent quality Tyler Perry films.
My idea to help the community is a series called "americas next top actress" that will be a collaboration between CNN and BET. It will feature 16 aspiring actresses(mainly black women) trying to win the grand prize of $250,000, and a starring role in Tyler Perry's next film.
The actresses will be mainly black, with a few latinas asians and a token white girl thrown in. The women will be able to discuss their struggles as "blacktresses" alliances will be formed, and the white girl will be harassed relentlessly. The show will cover many issues in the community, such as why only "acceptable" blacks are allowed to advance, and whether or not Shanika's hair is really a weave.
The show will be hosted by Soledad O'Brien and produced by the all star team of Diddy, Kanye West, and Ashton Kutcher. These men have shown nothing but respect and hold women in very high esteem, plus they are talented to boot.
So what do you think about it?
Posted on 19 November 2011 | 10:48 am