A lof of people have been raving about the Superbowl Halftime show, and for good reasons.
A lot of people have been raging about the Superbowl Halftime show, and for good reasons.
[Please hang in there with me as I conduct a back and forth exercise in this blog post; try to read it all the way through.]
Two famous, talented women of color performed impressive, culturally rich songs and dances, and along with children of color, they denounced the racism and cruel policies of the current administration. In many ways, it was the most progressive, ethically compelling Halftime show in history.
That’s all wonderful. It’s so wonderful, that one might ask whether anything more should be said. Why bring negativity into such a fabulous, fantastic celebration of culture and denunciation of racism? Continue reading “The Terrible-Horrible, Wonderful-Beautiful, Superbowl Halftime Show by Trelawney Grenfell-Muir”