(New Post) Round Table Discussion: Black TV w/ @issarae @hillmangrad @MissNuma @AshleyBlaine

A few months ago I had the pleasure of speaking with Issa Rae, Numa Perrier, Lena Waithe and Ashley Blaine Featherson about the state of Black TV and how black women are portrayed in contemporary media. All of these women are making some serious moves in the film and web world and I admire their hustle and respect for arts and all of them dropped some gems for how they reached their own success and how we can find a solution for making the “average black woman” a mainstream staple. Join in to the discussion below.


  1. Love this! Thank you posting this!

  2. LOVE LOVE THIS! Such an important discussion! I wish I was there, I need to be on ya’lls team!

  3. Thank you for doing this video. There was so much insight, value and wisdom in what each of you had to share. I will be sharing this because more people need to hear this conversation. I am inspired by this and I’m sure others will be too.

  4. Fashionista says:

    Love this video! I agree that there is not a television as of yet that represents strong black women! Also, if there is, they have to be doing something scandalous that takes away from it (Being Mary Jane/Scandal). We also have to remember, television is all about ratings. If certain things aren’t making money/views you can’t continue it. So people who watch Love & Hip Hop is actually supporting the huge views of the program. So more money= a second season. It’s up to us to make a change!
    Much Love, The FashionCraze

  5. This was great! And so timely considering everyones recent successes! More more!

  6. Ashley A. says:

    That was awesome. Blackwomennotfighting.com! LOL! Loved the discussion. Thanks for posting.

  7. This is much needed ladies! Great timing and true wisdom proving the first step of change! Looking forward to this new movement!

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