Azaria Brown

21. I'm a writer and illustrator. I like films, television, books, music, politics and being black. One of my dreams is to work for Genius. 

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Atlanta's "FUBU" Episode: What's Up with Denisha?
2 days ago
The "FUBU" episode of Atlanta was a large topic of conversation after it aired. The episode told a lot of truths; it discussed tag checking, bullying, difficulties faced by teachers/school administrat...
I Refuse to Monetarily Support Movies Without Minorities
23 days ago
Lately, my response to those that ask me if I'm going to see a movie in the theater is, "Nope, there aren't enough black people in it." For some reason, this never ceases to surprise people, even thos...
Stop Trying to Revive 90s Classics
2 months ago
From the creation of live action versions of our favorite cartoons to rebooting classical television shows, there has been a lot of talk about injecting the 90s right into 2000s. On the surface, bring...
An Analysis of Erik Killmonger: Why That Quote Isn't That Great
3 months ago
Like most everyone, I couldn't wait to see Black Panther (2018). In fact, I went to see the movie twice. On both the first and second viewings, I cringed at Erik Killmonger's death scene; this was pur...
A Review of Chris Rock's 'Tamborine'
3 months ago
The last two years or so have been enriched with black comedy. From Dave Chappelle's previous work with Netflix and his time at Radio City Music Hall to Trevor Noah's brilliant job on The Daily Show, ...
How Donald Glover Took Over the World
3 months ago
To the untrained eye, Donald Glover's recent success seems to have come out of nowhere. However, when you take a second to look into his history, Donald's success is not only well-deserved, but it had...