Month: September 2016

Latino Horror to Get Center Stage at Chicago’s Cine-Iconoclasta

It’s nearly time for some horror, am I right? Halloween’s just around the corner, and if you’re in Chicago, you’re in for a gory treat. Comfort Films is hosting a Mexican horror event called “Cine-Iconoclasta,” presented by Mexican horror and fantasy director Ulises Guzmán. The event, which runs through Sept. 14-16, will feature the Chicago …

#RepresentYourStory: Shaun Lau of No, Totally! on Overcoming Self-Hate

“The worship of whiteness as a person of color requires and encourages self-hatred.” Does this statement resonate with you? This is part of the personal story of Shaun Lau, creator of podcast site “No, Totally!”, a site that actually was the genesis of this #RepresentYourStory project. As I’ve written on the #RepresentYourStory page, this project …

The Sikh Coalition’s Photography Exhibition, The Sikh Project, To Debut

If you’re in New York Sept. 17, check out a very special photography exhibit. The Sikh Coalition is debuting their first ever Sikh photography exhibition in the U.S! The exhibition, “The Sikh Project,” is the result of a partnership between The Sikh Coalition and British photographers Amit and Naroop. As The Sikh Coalition states, the exhibit …