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Is this one different because Jessica is more firm in what she wants, compared to a “Frances Ha,” who’s more flighty? I think it’s different because women are different. One story in Brooklyn is different from another story and it doesn’t have to be scarce. It’s important to give different people an opportunity because even telling a story of a romantic comedy set in Brooklyn, if a Latina did the movie, it would be different from if I did the movie. That’s why so many stories are set in New York, because people are so different. Everybody here has a lot of different sh— going on. On your podcast, you talk about dating a white guy, and you joke about “white peen.” Does making light of it help diffuse the awkwardness that some people (unfortunately) still feel about interracial dating? I met my current boyfriend by walking outside and he was there. They can imagine bw living a life outside its boundaries.Those unwilling to separate bw from the community role and community locating contribute to her oppression. You already know the actress and comedian from her tenure on “The Daily Show” and her WNYC podcast “2 Dope Queens,” which she co-hosts with Phoebe Robinson. I have the same birthday as Harry Potter, and she has the same birthday as Harry Potter, so we have the same birthday. I love this pizza place Emily, I go there and get the Colony.And now she’s getting her first starring role in a feature film, “The Incredible Jessica James,” which she also executive produced, out Friday on Netflix. But while the 27-year-old has “made it,” by conventional standards, the character she plays isn’t quite there yet. She messaged me, “I just want to wish you a happy our birthday” and then I sort of stopped tweeting because I was like, “Now she follows me. ” And then I got some liquid courage at a bar and I messaged her. There’s this bar Hanson Dry, the bartenders there are wonderful.
Maybe Anderson is unfamiliar with the likes of blogs such as What Tami Said, Womanist Musings, Shark Fu at Angry Black Bitch, What About Our Daughters, Siditty, etc.Black feminists and womanists were on the front lines, criticizing the current black community structure–and the black men who were in support of it–as mimicking the same white patriarchal structure that brought racism, paternalism, colorism, systematic rape and torture, slavery and racial hierarchy to the forefront of American minds.It’s nothing short of a slap in the face to have bloggers like Anderson second guess the dedication black feminists and womanists have shown to preserving, protecting and promoting black women AND children.To BWE the work which bw do or what they are to their community, is not more important than the health and well-being of black women itself! Ask yourself, which other justice group even those that claim to be all about bw are willing to go as far as to say, ‘Black woman, you are now more in danger from within so our models and frameworks need to take this into account and to ensure the survival of bw we will be willing to go as far as detach her from our community-bound, and community-based models if necessary’.True champions of bw put bw first, not behind the use and purpose of black women to their communities.