Sahar Fatima

  • May 14, 2018By Sahar Fatima

    Avengers: Infinity War spoilers ahead. Following the aftermath of Avengers: Infinity War, Marvel fans are counting on Captain Marvel to make things right again. Since screenwriter Stephen McFeely confirmed that Captain Marvel wasn’t making an appearance in Infinity War, it didn’t come as a shock when the newest character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) wasn’t

  • February 8, 2018By Sahar Fatima

    The infamous teenage spy, Kim Possible, has been a beloved Disney character since the release of the television series back in 2002. As one of Disney’s first animated television series, ‘Kim Possible’ helped establish Disney’s television success and inspired countless young girls along the way. ‘Kim Possible’ was inspired by the scarcity of female leads

  • January 31, 2018By Sahar Fatima

    Since the start of 2018, many women have been bringing to light issues that they face, such as harassment, discrimination and abuse. With the popularity of the #MeToo trend and Time’s Up movement, gender equality is a prevailing topic that is being discussed more often. Many Hollywood actresses, including Scarlett Johansson and Natalie Portman, have

  • January 13, 2018By Sahar Fatima

    Black Panther Release Date: Feb. 16, 2018 Highly praised for its representation of Africa, Black Panther is undoubtedly one of the most anticipated movies of the year. It follows the return of T’Challa to the isolated and advanced African nation of Wakanda. He will succeed the throne after his father, the previous King of Wakanda’s

  • December 23, 2017By Sahar Fatima

    It’s impossible to not have heard Dua Lipa’s hit song “New Rules.” The music video has been praised for its theme of female-empowerment. Despite being released only a few months ago, it has nearly 800 million views on YouTube and over 500 million Spotify streams. Although “New Rules” is by far her most successful single,

  • December 8, 2017By Sahar Fatima

    The majority of teenagers grew up watching classic Disney shows like Lizzie McGuire, Hannah Montana and Even Stevens. These shows are all centered around white families and white characters, so it was particularly hard for people of color, like myself, to find a fair representation of our own culture and race on television. However, there