Side-eyes for Tina Fey: A links round-up

Who debunks the debunkers?

Get pumped: NPR’s Code Switch, your source for excellent conversations about race and American culture, will soon be a podcast! The first episode drops May 31st.

Sharing your favorite stories with your kids: An impossibly adorable story starring Luke Skylocker.

A seriously great black feminist roundtable in response to bell hooks’s response to Beyonce’s new music video; and a reminder why it’s awesome to live now and have all these amazing, smart, thoughtful voices available for us to listen to.

Sob! The Toast is closing! Where will I get my art history jokes now?

Tina Fey is kind of being a jerk about racism, but it’s not like you’re surprised. Zeba Blay on being a fan of feminist TV while black.

How writers will steal your life for their books.

7 thoughts on “Side-eyes for Tina Fey: A links round-up”

  1. I like Kimmy Schmidt, but I don’t like it when the show focuses for too long on any of the other characters–including Tina Fey as Andrea, in the second season. It’s very uneven writing.

  2. That roundtable was a really interesting read, and I agree so much that it’s important to show it’s okay for black feminist thinkers to disagree. Thanks for bringing it to my attention!

  3. I’m excited for the podcast; although I must admit I listen to so many – or have so many on the list anyway – that adding a new one is rather ambitious. 🙂

  4. I am sad about The Toast too. Thanks for the link the roundtable. That was a really great discussion!

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