This episode is about the quality standards of fashion, film, and tv created by Black people and consumer expectations. What influenced this conversation? Netflix’s #blackAF (created by Kenya Barris) and Wale’s “Sue Me” video (directed by Kerby Jean-Raymond of Pyer Moss). While the two are different on the surface, both are dealing with socioeconomics and race with fashion playing a supporting role all throughout. To flesh out some perspectives, Geronimo brought in some brilliant minds who know a great deal about fashion, film/tv, and of course Black culture.
"Centerpieces" is an every-now-and-then show about Black artists’ influence on culture.
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Professor Risikat Okedeyi