Remember that time Disney made a live-action Cinderella adaptation with THREE WOC main characters — including Cinderella herself and Whitney Houston’s Fairy Godmother — and a Filipino Prince Charming? And they didn’t spend a single second explaining through dialogue or sly witicism why they were cast that way, and the whole movie went on like it would with white actors and actresses, and the two main relationships were interracial and it was AMAZING?
i don’t think u understand my love for brandi’s cinderella like it’s possibly the greatest movie ever
this movie was so fucking perfect
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. We’re backsliding hard from the 90s.
This is the only Cinderella movie I care about. Besides the AWESOME diverse casting, the music was also great.
This is the ONLY Cinderella
The 90s and the diversity in shows/movies + music was the best =/
Slurs are violent. They enact violence. They bring up violence. Slurs are used to dehumanize people, against their will.
The power of shedding light (truth) on a subject.
ARE YOU FUCKING SERIOUS DID TTHEY SERIOUSLY JUST DO THIS IN YUGIOH
I LITERALLY JSUT TOOK THIS FROM YUGIOH
THIS IS UNEDITTED
THIS IS RAW YUGIOH DUBBED GOODNESS OF EPISDOE
#is this nickleback
Mi Música: Mexican American Music of Today
Selena gives a lesson in what she knew best: music
This video is a look back to a different time for Mexicans in the United States. One before the globalization of NAFTA that led to the displacement and migration of millions from Mexico, and before Latino marketing would invade our cultural domain. A lot has changed. But rather than reminisce we should have a discussion as a community on where we’re at today and how we got here.
How many times did Selena use a term other than Mexican or Mexican American in this video? Exactly. The time before globalization and consumerism will never return, but we could do better. Let’s start by having that discussion.