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Happy Cinco de Mayo, amigos! It’s been a minute but I had to leave you in order to save myself! I’m having Mercury Retrograde moment. Okay, it’s not that deep but, well, maybe it kind of was. I’ve been busy and, for a minute, overwhelmed. If you follow me on Twitter, ‘gram, or FB, then stop reading this jawn because you I’ve been dropping nuggets all along, and trying keep up with folks.
I’m looking forward to our About Race re-launch because I need to drop at least one or three “I-told-you-so’s” about el Donald: I told you not to sleep on him. Many of you did. And so, the Xenophobic Giant has awoken and managed to capture the bile hearts and gullible minds of Americans who have, until he bumrushed the scene like Columbus, felt like the ugly stepchildren of the GOP.
Speaking of Columbus: we went underground and brought our documentary, Some Girls, to rough cut stage. We are all happy with it
at this moment. 4+ years deep into the ride, we are digging the way the narrative has taken shape and the animated sequences, created by Flickerlab, have come together. A nugget: one of the animated sequences is a People’s History of Columbus. It’s freaking ah-ma-zing. Biased. Another morsel: 7 X Grammy nominee and master percussionist, Bobby Sanabria, is composing an original score.
My book, East of Broadway, is starting to reveal itself. I don’t like writing what I know about but rather, what I want to learn more about. I’m going to let that marinate while I sip on this Tecate (for my Mexican massive and to celebrate my book, Bird of Paradise, being adopted for a Latinx identity in literature class at The New School this fall.)
Also, my husband’s other supergroup, The Wilding Incident, premiered a new music video for their debut track, “Prey for the Wolfpack,” on Mass Appeal. My kiddo makes a cameo in it. Check it out.
Stay blessed for success, folks.
For your listening pleasure, and because we missed our podcast family, is a NEW episode, featuring the original About Race massive!
I’ve survived a couple of tough though crazy-productive months since we took an ABOUT RACE hiatus (which we’re trying to get back on track, soon, soon, soon…#pinkypromise!). More on all the progress later—have to get back to grant-writing in a few—but I wanted to share this cool list I came across with you. After laboring through two film grants and delivering them on time last Friday, I came across some list-love on BuzzFeed. What was cool about this list for me was that it came from book lovers, from the people, rather than mainstream reviewers (who, as you know, still render us invisible unless someone they find palatable—usually a male—opens the proverbial door with a blurb). BuzzFeed Books asked their subscribers to write in about a book that changed their lives: my book, Bird of Paradise, found its way onto that list. Check it out by clicking onto the image, below.
So, I’m hoping you’ve signed up for my monthly-ish newsletter (which I’ll send over the weekend)
and or keep up with me on social media because it’s been crazy-hard as of late to blog on a daily, even weekly basis. We just got back from London, where Sacha was screening his documentary Fresh Dressed at BFI, and Brussels, where we met, um, Manneken-Pis and stayed at an AirBNB flat that, to my delight, came equipped with a heavy-bag! I came back the day before we recorded the podcast—listen to it here (and listen to my unintentional fuck-up of “Maddow,” as in Rachel, in the ad: #jetlag)—and, after binge-watching docs, ready to go back in to the studio with fresh eyes. Feel me?!
Ok, here is a podcast I was recently featured on called The Cipher Show in where Shawn and Josh forced me back down memory lane (including some avenues I hadn’t wanted to venture down again) and produced an well researched and thorough
interrogation interview for your listening pleasure. Shout out to them for the love and listen to these guys: they know their ish!
Oh, and we just dropped the “Diversity Drinking Game” B-Side, featuring Intersection’s Jamil Smith. ‘Twas fun.
So, I’m really terrible at updating my appearances section, and have, am embarrassed but not really, to say I have simply been to hectic to stay on top of it. So, I’ll do it here! I’m headlining Target First Saturdays tomorrow at the Brooklyn Museum. Check out the flyer below. I’ll be in conversation with the brilliant Sacha Jenkins (and I’m not just saying that because he’s my husband: the dude is all kinds of renaissance-y and shit: I swear) about my book, this and that, at 9PM at the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art on the 4th Floor. Best thing? It’s FREE, ya’ll.
Earlier this month, I wrote a story about traveling to the remote Havasupai Reservation’s campgrounds, located at the bottom of a gorge off the Grand Canyon, for the New York Times, Travel section. I wanted to post a little something extra, in honor of #TravelTuesdays. First, I tried to upload a much longer clip of our helicopter ride down to the Havasupai Reservation from Hualapai Hilltop but, as Mercury retrograde would have it (countdown to Thursday), my computer kept crashing every time I tried to upload a larger file. This went on for hours. So here, alas, is a short snippet of our brief and yet exhilarating helicopter ride down, down, down. Some visitors opt to hike down by foot, others by mule, but since we were traveling with a three-year-old and because I wanted to show my family a different POV of this beautiful landscape, I opted for a ride down in the bosom of a rather noisy but relatively smooth steel bird. Marceau loved it!
It’s been really hard to update my bloggy-blog over the last several weeks: been knee-deep in deadlines and spending time with my kids. A newsletter with more details is forthcoming, so sign up if you haven’t already! I shouldn’t even be blogging right now because there’s this grant I’m applying for that’s due in a little more than 24 hours! Oh well. In between-time, kudos to my co-discussant, BaraTVTunde Thurston for landing a new and amazingly fresh gig at The Daily Show with Trevor Noah, to my other co-host, Tanner Colby, for all the ghost-writing gigs he’s recently landed (and the dozen or so I’m sure he’ll grab between now and December), and a great big virtual high-five from the three of us to Melissa Locker of The Guardian for featuring our podcast in her Listen to This column! By the way, have you checked out our latest episodes???? A new B-side and episode, featuring two female bosses, will drop early this week!
Right after taping our last B-side and episode of About Race, which you can listen to on our fresh new website (or favorite podcast player), I flew down to Fort Lauderdale, Florida to compete in the Women’s National Golden Gloves. I won the gold in the master’s 141 lb. weight class! Here, I’m pictured with my fellow sister-mommy-boxers, Nisa Rodriguez, her son Emerson, and, to your right, Adrienne Ford. A special shout out to the New York Metro team and coaches, especially coaches Rich and Susan Reno for having my back and working my corner!