The following article contains spoilers. You have been warned. The Falcon and the Winter Soldier series has been an exhilarating ride. Action, intrigue, and numerous moral dilemmas play out on the screen. There’s even a Christ figure that can point us toward hope in the midst of our current racial, political, and moral divide if […]
Writer Alicia Bagley reflects on Sam's journey in The Falcon and the Winter Soldier and how she journeyed alongside him through the series.
In Episode 5 of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, heroes wrestle with the truth of the USA's history with race, bringing pain into the light.
In episode 2 of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, the story shows us it is about race & nationalism, veterans & heroism, power & service.
Join the club as Madeline, Katie, Matt and Jon discuss the second half of N. K. Jemisin's book The Fifth Season.
Writer Matt Williams gives his thoughts on how Sam Wilson and Bucky Barnes wrestle with their legacies in episode 1 of The Falcon and The Winter Soldier.
The LTN Writers catalog some of our favorite Black creators of nerdy media.
HBO's Watchmen shows the consequences of tolerated injustice to help viewers understand the pain of the oppressed and need for a biblical view of justice.
Good grades, that wasn’t hood. It wasn’t G. Classical music, violin playing...that’s for white folks. At that time pop culture didn’t help blerds, black television and film poked fun at the non-stereotypical black male—if they showed one at all. Nobody wanted to be Carlton Banks, you wanted to be like Will Smith.
Growing up black and nerdy was intimidating. As black people, historically, we’ve fought so hard to preserve, maintain and express our blackness, which has been suppressed for centuries. For a long time, being nerdy was mistakenly synonymous with acting white. I was constantly called white or told, “you’re not really black.”