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Sasheer Zamata on SNL

I watch Saturday Night Live – I don’t always get the jokes. The episode with Kerry Washington was hilarious! Let’s admit it, diversity of any kind is just more interesting. When they debuted the new staff they were hard to tell a part, they all looked the same. Can you imagine my excitement when I heard the announcement of the new cast member, Sasheer Zamata!

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Sasheer is already my best friend in my head. She is not the typical Mammy, Sapphire or Jezebel you often see portrayed in popular culture. She is not just beautiful, well spoken and funny – she is like the NATURAL girl next door!!

Here is some of her previous work…

What do you think, are you as excited as I am?

Sheryl Underwood’s Self Hatred

The largest hatred to overcome is that of the self.  I am so happy about the growth of natural hair.  So many women of color who would have never considered embracing their curls have ditched the creamy crack to embrace their god given strands.

We are now working to program ourselves to embrace our god given attributes- but sometimes we slip and show we truly don’t value ourselves.

I haven’t had a positive few of The Talk especially many of the comments of Aisha and Sheryl.  The panel was asked their opinion about Heidi Klum saving her sons’ afro hair after a trim.  Sheryl Underwood used it as an opportunity to talks negatively about curly, nappy, beady hair – why would you want to save that?

I respect that Sheryl apologized for her inappropriate joke, however it shows a much larger issue. 

Self hatred, especially among Black women and their kinky hair!


Loving Q.U.E.E.N by Janele Monae’ and Erykah Badu

I have not hosted a musical Wednesday in a while.

In general, I am sooo tired of judgmental people. That is why I LOVE this jam Queen.

I like to twerk in the mirror, and dance all alone, sometimes late at night. I also think EVERYONE should have civil liberties like getting married.

Music should have meaning, and purpose…

I am loving how women are more empowered to be themselves, and step outside the box of suppose to.