In a stinging piece at Clutch magazine, Tami Winfrey Harris admonishes the media and African Americans for buying into black dysfunction in light of the impending spring premiere of Oxygen's program All My Babies' Mamas, about the Atlanta rapper, his 11 children and their 10 mothers.
Tami Winfrey Harris at Clutch Magazine tackles the backlash Michelle Obama received for her use of the phrase "mom-in-chief" in her DNC speech.
Clutch magazine's Tami Winfrey Harris pushes back on the notion that anything goes when it comes to African-American bodies.
Reflecting on the recent use of blackface on 30 Rock, Clutch magazine's Tami Winfrey Harris says that she was fine with it and reminds us that context matters.
Writing at Racialicious via What Tami Said, Tami Winfrey Harris describes media coverage of Whitney Houston's funeral as less than stellar, saying that the black church experience was picked apart like a National Geographic discovery.
In a blog entry at Clutch magazine, Tami Winfrey Harris addresses complaints about the viral video. She concludes that the filmmaker, Franchesca Ramsey, does a fine job using humor to tackle a difficult subject.
In an entry at Racialicious, blogger Tami Winfrey Harris condemns the singer-actor for insulting black women by doling out condescending and arrogant advice.