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Funky Turns 40: Black Character Revolution Exhibit at the NY Public Library

The New York Public Library is having an exhibit celebrating Black Characters in animation showing how they evolved from racial stereotypes to more realistic reflections of African-Americans. From 1900 to 1960, Hollywood’s greatest animators and biggest studios produced more than 600 cartoon shorts featuring black characters. These films reflected the racial stereotypes of the pre–Civil Rights […]

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Am I the only grown up that watches the Winx Club?

I swear I watch WAY too many shows for small kids and watch them FAITHFULLY!  tee hee I think it’s because I have a vivid imagination, still love fairy tales and of course unicorns!  It’s fun ‘girl power’ show where the girls not only defend themselves but sometimes rescue the boys.  It’s positive message for […]

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