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Earl Cameron is over 100 years old, and was the first ever black actor to star in a British film. #BlackHollywood: They've Gotta Have Us | 9pm | @BBCTwo | https://t.co/pIdgGdHPoN https://t.co/YMDrqEekTZ
Earl Cameron passed today at age 102. A pioneer who appeared in Pools of London, Doctor Who, and Thunderball -- one of his final credits came in the two-part Black Hollywood documentary series: They've Gotta Have Us. Which is on @NetflixFilm and we'll worth the watch. https://t.co/hhSmryuYPH
I don't know that the PWR BTTM story should be totally off-limits forever, but if you're going to re-litigate it at length in one of the few music magazines left standing, you at least have the responsibility to hire a reporter the accusers might feel comfortable speaking to.
I don't know who needs to hear this but: "Everyone has a nemesis now, against whom we should compare our own achievements. This is a dangerous way of thinking, and only serves to reinforce a logic of scarcity." — @BrandyLJensen https://t.co/A6a5ygL1h1
I'm off today, so I only realized this had gone live because some lady felt the need to email me: "I'll be celebrating my nations independence from British rule while cooking, drinking beer and watching fireworks. Without any regard for race." You said it, not me, Karen.