Monday, June 13, 2016

49 Killed, Dozens Injured in Orlando Club Shooting

Find out the latest on the horrific club shooting in Orlando HERE. FYI, I know some outlets are saying 50 are dead, but they are counting the shooter, and that horrible piece of shit is no victim. Not now. Not ever.

Saturday, June 11, 2016

Play Another Slow Jam

Ever wondered how to discuss your legacy, list your accomplishments and throw delicious shade to the thirsty all at the same time? Watch and learn below:

Food for Thought: Bayard Rustin

Tuesday, June 7, 2016

Wednesday, June 1, 2016

School Dazed

Our last Bayou Blasphemy podcast is up! On this episode,we talk Chewbacca Church Lady, Whitney's aborted hologram performance, Oklahoma and Louisiana's abortion and transgender bathroom bills, and the subtle/not-so-subtle role of religion in schools. Enjoy!

Monday, May 16, 2016

Growing Up Godly

Happy Monday! The latest episode of Bayou Blasphemy is up and ready for your heathen (or religious) ears! On this podcast, we talk about our experiences growing up with religion and what it means to raise kids without religion. Plus the Donald vs. Hillary in the general election, Glenn Beck's warning for 'Murica, anti-Bernie Sanders tow truck drivers, the West Point Cadets photo controversy and an update on Louisiana abortion legislation. Enjoy.

Gifs That Give

Saturday, May 14, 2016

Back to the Litch

It's almost June, so ya'll know what that means...the trailer for Orange Is The New Black's new season is out! From what I can tell, our fourth go-around with Litchfield's inmate looks like it'll emphasize the drama side of dramedy. See for yourself below.

Friday, May 6, 2016

WATCH: Atheist Alix Jules Talks Religion, Race and Politics

If you have an hour today, take time to listen to The Thinking Atheist's Seth Andrews interview with Dallas-based atheist activist Alix Jules, in which they discuss politics, race and atheism/secularism in the black community. The Ghostbusters 2-Donald Trump comparison at 24:18 alone is worth a listen.

Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Harriet Tubman Film in the Works

Here's something to lift your spirit. Iconic abolitionist, suffragist and future $20 bill resident (bye Andrew!) Harriet Tubman will be getting the feature film treatment. A biopic entitled Harriet is in the works, with Charles D. King serving as producer and Seith Mann (Homeland, The Wire) signed on as director.

While Harriet will be the first big-screen chronicling of Tubman's extraordinary life, her story has been told on TV, with Cicely Tyson playing her in the 1978 miniseries A Woman Called Moses, and Viola Davis' upcoming portrayal based on Kate Clifford Larson's book Bound for the Promised Land: Harriet Tubman: Portrait of an American Hero, set to air on HBO.

Production is set to begin early next year. Read more about Harriet HERE.
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