Halle Bailey

The Aloha Experience (Close the Camps, Racist Anthropology, Drop Dead Gorgeous)

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Minority Korner

James went to a party and some said some rancid stuff that might include a taboo word during Taboo. We're also talking about the new Little Mermaid with excitement. Also Bette Midler needs to learn how to read a room especially at World Pride. James is tackling how we can do our part to help close the detention centers, actually let's call them what they really are: concentration camps. Nnekay is talking about how anthropology needs to be reexamined becuase it is alllll mixed up with racism and bias.

Links:
https://daily.jstor.org/anthropologists-hid-african-same-sex-relationships/

https://www.google.com/amp/s/timeline.com/amp/p/7a45289071cf

https://undark.org/article/nubia-sudan-amara-west-archaeology/

What You Can You Do to Close the Camps- from Yopp Voice

https://bit.ly/2G8Q1V1 (Bookmark & Share)

Texas Tribune’s list of Orgs to help immigrant children separated from their families:

https://bit.ly/2YhWLqC

Find your Gov. Officials to contact: https://www.usa.gov/local-governments

ICE using Solitary confinement for LGBTQ+ - https://bit.ly/30wgNhE

Follow @Lights4Liberty- to find out about demonstrations and protests in your area.

Know Your Rights: helpful videos for undocumented workers via the ACLU: https://bit.ly/2GU56ZB (Share)

Who Shot Ya? Episode 96: 'Yesterday', Ify Gets Grilled, and Tween-Friendly Queer Cinema with Laura Sirikul

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Who Shot Ya?
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Laura Sirikul

Yesterday

This week marks Ify's first official episode as our host, and as an initiation to the show, Drea and Alonso GRILL him on his movie preferences. The gang is also joined by freelance writer and managing editor of Nerds of Color, Laura Sirikul, to discuss the new Beatles-amnesia-rom-com, Yesterday. They answer a question from the 'Who Shotline' about tween friendly queer films. And, as always, staff picks.

In news, the live-action remake of The Little Mermaid gets an Ariel, Marianne Williamson loves Avatar, and Paul Schrader calls Brian De Palma "trite" and "artistically weak."

Tween Friendly Queer Films:
Geography Club
Breakfast with Scot
Saved!
Show Me Love
Beautiful Thing
The Incredibly True Adventure of Two Girls in Love
Blackbird
Ma Vie en Rose
Alex Strangelove
The Wise Kids
The Perks of Being a Wallflower
Edge of Seventeen (1998)
Get Real
Hearts Beat Loud
Naomi and Ely's No Kiss List
D.E.B.S.
Pride

Staff Picks:
Alonso - Synecdoche, New York
Drea - Maiden
Laura - The Farewell
Ify - Harlem Nights

With Ify Nwadiwe, Alonso Duralde, Drea Clark, and Laura Sirikul.

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