Tag: Andrea Wright

Photos: The Black Social Network Play Atlanta

Cast members from (LtoR) Keisha Rose; Caneil Chill Oliver; Marisa Baldwin-Woodhouse; Zondra Hughes, producer, Demi Lobo, Simeon Henderson, Gio Johnson, Andrea Wright and Shettima Webb.
There are a million tales in the Black Social Network, and the 5-city college tour (sponsored by General Motors) wrapped up in Atlanta, at the prestigious Atlanta Black Theatre Festival. The Black Social Network play, written and produced by Zondra Hughes, uses the traditional stage play to educate students and business owners about the importance... Read more »

Meet the Cast: The Black Social Network Atlanta

Meet the Cast: The Black Social Network Atlanta
The Black Social Network Play is an artistic performance that demonstrates the pitfalls of ignoring your online reputation and/or living your life online. The play opened at The Producers Club off-Broadway in 2014, and has toured  college campuses in Houston, Detroit and Chicago. The Black Social Network Play, a part of the prestigious Atlanta Black... Read more »

Let's Talk About Race--and What We're Doing Wrong

Let's Talk About Race--and What We're Doing Wrong
By Andrea Wright If you’ve had a bad experience with a person, isn’t it just a bad experience with that person? For some reason, people want to assign the negativity they feel about one (or several) people to the entire race/culture/religion. It’s not fair and it’s less than smart. Recently, I visited a writer’s pub... Read more »
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DATING With My Eyes Wide Open

DATING With My Eyes Wide Open
By Andrea Wright There’s a great quote from Maya Angelou that resonates with me: When someone shows you who they are, believe them the first time. There is no better advice for someone entering a new relationship…especially a dating relationship, but it can be a very difficult rule to follow. I’m all for giving people... Read more »

Dating After a Dry Spell

Dating After a Dry Spell
by Andrea Wright How does one ease back into the dating scene? A friend posed this question last week as we discussed what topics I should explore. I was working on a piece: Dating After Divorce, but after we talked, I wanted to expand the story since it’s not always after divorce that one is... Read more »

When is it Okay to Cheat?

When is it Okay to Cheat?
By Andrea Wright This is an age-old question, and people have been known to change their answer after getting married, divorced, engaged, heartbroken…or cheated on. According to an article on living.msn, cheating was cited as the third highest reason people divorce today. The first was lack of communication followed by too much arguing (or too... Read more »
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Hey White Guy: 7 Tips for Dating a Black Woman

Hey White Guy: 7 Tips for Dating a Black Woman
Interracial Dating Done (W)right by Andrea Wright At one point in my idealistic youth, I thought, “there’s no difference dating men of different races”. I was asked to revisit this idea recently. Of course, there are similarities: they are men and thus the majority of them need validation that they are able to protect, provide... Read more »