Kim Parker, and all the other "sassy, fat Black friends" who came before her, are there to make us laugh, but not for us to take seriously as characters or human beings. By Sydneysky G. As many of us revisit Moesha on
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People have hailed 'Ramy' as "exciting" because it brings us "something new". But when I consider the messages in the series, it’s clear that it isn't true. CW—ableism, misogyny, sexual assault, anti-Black racism By Zeinab Khalil Ramy has just been renewed for
"One Day At A Time" gave viewers an ode to Latinx women in a way that no other show had. By Lory Martinez This month, Netflix announced the cancellation of critically acclaimed series “One Day at A Time” after three seasons.