Where has the time gone? It seems with each passing year time seems to move even faster.
I must say even though I did not get to blog as much as I would like this year, I am definitely enjoying the process and even small amounts of exposure. December has been a bit of a tough month for me (two wsidom teeth being removed and fighting a recent cold hasn't helped matters) but I am certainly looking forward to more blogging and more topics come 2012. Just a taste of things I plan on discussing in the coming year: Blaxploitation films and their legacy, black journalists and the prime time dilemma, the movie ' A Birth of a Nation,' the Poiter Persona, black presidents (yes, presidents with an S) and a host of other things.
For those of you who have read this blog from the outset or may have just started reading within the last month or so, I definitely want to say, Thank You. Here's to a more a fruitful and productive next year to all of us. *Raises glass.*
Sunday, December 4, 2011
". . . The responsibility for film imagery must be extended to the producers who come up with these scripts. The blame can't be placed on black actors because they have to work - any place and any time they can. They have rent to pay just like everybody else."- Louis Gossett Jr., NY Amsterdam News, 1974