Arts & Culture, South Florida
By M. Skye Holly
In recent years, films like Think Like a Man and The Best Man franchises have struck a chord with black women all across America, and for good reason. Stories of successful black men and women are in demand on the big screen, especially by women of color who want to see more accurate representations of themselves. This week, Everything But a Man will join the fold, bringing an international touch to the conversation.
Native New Yorker with a global heart.Born, raised and is based in Brooklyn, where the Haitian old school and new school coexist with pride. Writing has been featured in The Canarsie Courier, The AFRican, and in many cultural and entrepreneurial projects.