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Black History Month special: Marsha P. Johnson (June 27, 1944 – July 6, 1992)

The living embodiment of human rights, Johnson co-founded the Street Transvestite Action Revolutionaries (S.T.A.R.). She was photographed by Andy Warhol in the 1970’s and toured London with the band Hot Peaches. 98 more words

Black History Month

The Past Catches Us

Night Catches Us , a film created by up and coming director Tanya Hamilton, portrays the story of former Black Panthers in 1976 Philadelphia. I watched it for the first time during a Netflix binge over the summer. 167 more words

Black Males in America: Too Serious A Topic For Lighthearted Television

Had to dig deep on this one.

While giving thought to this year so far, I thought about the number of controversies surrounding Black men, ranging from the police shooting of… 652 more words

Our Moments

What is out there?

What is out there?

That question has dominated my interest in wildlife since I was a little boy growing up on the edge of the pineywoods and coastal marshes in West Orange, TX. 994 more words

Chester Moore

Black Males in America: Too Serious A Topic For Lighthearted Television

Had to dig deep on this one.

While giving thought to this year so far, I thought about the number of controversies surrounding Black men, ranging from the police shooting of… 652 more words

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