Posted in New Trailer Alerts!!

Weekly Trailer Alerts!!

Bringing you the heat with this week’s trailers!! Brought you a little something from Prime Video, HBO, Netflix, and OWN. Should get your December started off on the good foot!! Check them out below:

Harlem (Streaming on Prime Video December 3rd)

And Just Like That (Streaming on HBO Max December 9th)

Back to the Outback (Streaming on Netflix December 10th)

Season 6-The Expanse (Streaming on Prime Video December 10th)

The Kings of Napa (Streaming on OWN January 2022)

Posted in Feature Spotlight

Event Reminders

Friends, just a couple reminders of Dr. G’s upcoming events:

  • [WILL BE RESCHEDULED] February 24th, 2021 (6:00pm/ET)-“Black History Month Discussion: The Black Family and its Representations, Identity, and Complexities” (Panelist)…Richmond Public Library System (Richmond, VA) [Register Here]
"The Black family and its representation, identity, and diversity": A discussion with Michael Dickinson, Kimberly Wallace-Sanders, and Grace Gipson
  • February 24th, 2021-“What’s Your RPG Fantasy?: Let’s Talk Blackness, Politics, and Gaming” (Virtual Lecture)… The New Commons Project-University of Maine Farmington (Farmington, ME)…[Watch Here]
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On The Radar

Dr. G’s Upcoming Events

Wow!! February is truly flying by, but it is definitely one for the books.

As we get ready to close out Black History Month, I wanted to make sure I shared with you all some upcoming events in which you can see me in action”!!

February 23rd, 2021

  • VCU Unlocking Health Equity Panel-Are Cultural Images Fueling our Bias?” [Watch the Event Here!] Event begins at 12 pm/ET!
  • Chesterfield Public Library-Black History Month Program, “Black Women in American Pop Culture:” A discussion on the various portrayals of  Black women in American pop culture. [Register for the event here!] Event begins at 7 pm/ET!

February 24th, 2021

  • The New Commons Project-University of Maine Farmington-“What’s Your RPG Fantasy?: Let’s Talk Blackness, Politics, and Gaming” (Virtual Lecture)…(Farmington, ME)…[Watch Here]
  • Richmond Public Library System Black History Month Discussion- “The Black Family and its Representations, Identity, and Complexities” (Panelist)…(Richmond, VA)…[Register for the event here] Event begins at 6 pm/ET
"The Black family and its representation, identity, and diversity": A discussion with Michael Dickinson, Kimberly Wallace-Sanders, and Grace Gipson

February 25th, 2021

  • VCU Activities Programming Board- “Education, Covid-19, and Classroom Learning”: A open dialogue on the current state of education, the Covid-19 pandemic, and the impact on today’s learning, (Panelist)…(Richmond, VA)…Event begins at 6 pm/ET!
  • Conversations with Beloved and KindredEpisode 4: “Harlem Nights”…Auburn Avenue Research Library…[Live Streaming Here]… Event begins at 7 pm/ET!
  • Berkeley Center for New Media- “Fandom+Piracy Keynote w/Rebecca Wanzo: “How Should We Theorize Injury in Fan Studies?” (Panelist/Interlocuter)…(Berkeley, CA)…[Register Here]…Event begins at 8 pm/ET!
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