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3 comments | Monday, December 15, 2008

I know I'm not the only person that thinks LOGO could use some serious improvement when it comes to diversity on their network. After the "cancellation" of Noah's Arc many in the black gay community either decided to watch the LGBT network less or simply cancelled their subscription since their was no remaining programming that spoke to the black gay experience.

Since the end of Noah's Arc there has been only one series with a primarily African-American cast- Shirts and Skins, but even this show failed to have the impact of it's predecessor.

But for those of you who are looking for quality entertainment that captures our experience you definitely should check out the following short films online on LOGO's The Click List.

Click on the title of each film to watch it in full.

Brooklyn's Bridge to Jordan

After losing her life partner in a car accident, a woman with a buried secret must not only fight to keep the couples' estranged teenage son from her partner's intolerant brother, but also rebuild her and her son's troubled relationship.

Portrait of A Couple

On the eve of moving from New York to Spain with his lover, Type-A personality Ryan hears from an ex-lover who is now HIV-positive.

Sarang Song

A couple's love is tested when one is thrust into the student protest movement and is forced to make a choice -- will she choose her love, or will she choose the movement?


When Pastor Biggs is informed by a familiar but unannounced visitor that he must visit his son after Sunday service, a casual visit proves to be revelatory...

Triple Minority

A gay black woman wants to reconcile her relationship with her religious parents without compromising her identity.


<$BlogCommentAuthor$> said...

Loved Sarang Song! Thanks for doing the work of picking out the short films of color. I had been meaning to do that.

December 16, 2008 2:18 AM

<$BlogCommentAuthor$> said...

LOGO has tried a few more shows as far as to promote black culture into their program. I still say bring back Noah's Arc.

December 16, 2008 6:31 AM

<$BlogCommentAuthor$> said...

I cancelled my subscription to their issues. I've moved on.

And to think I upgraded my cable package just so I could get Logo. I won't make that mistake again.

December 17, 2008 8:02 PM


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