With #TakeAKnee back in the spotlight a look back at a story I did on the subject for @dw https://www.dw.com/en/worldlink-kneeling-down-for-social-justice/av-40746284
The latest edition of my cartoon series #LIS aka Like I Said.
With record temps you may not be feeling the sun about now. My story from last year about how former gang members are transforming their lives via the solar industry.
You hear adoptive parents say their children are more special because they were chosen. Even if those children are not perfect. America is my adopted country. N’est-ce pas? Yes, I know that’s French, but then so is the Statue of Liberty. To commemorate the 4th–I made this.
I Am Not A Silver Fox, I Am a Black Fox
-Hulme Thamsanqa Siwundhla, Ph.D.
“A Father to Dye For” is a touching comedic film that follows the transformation of a sage senior he gets his hair colored–and his spirits lifted.
The film stars Lena Nozizwe’s father, Hulme Thamsanqa Siwundhla, Ph.D.
“A Father to Dye For” came in second in ALFA’s 2014 Short Film Competition on Ageism and was a finalist in the 2014 My Hero International Film Festival.
See the trailer
See the premiere and standing ovation in front of an audience of 3,000 plus.
See the film
See more on IMDB
Every day when I leave the house to do something important, the last thing I hear as I go out the door is Arlene's voice saying, "You'll be great!" Amazing what that does for a person.
— Alan Alda (@alanalda) March 7, 2018