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School Supplies Seller Dedicated to Representing Black Culture

Single mother and twenty seven year old, Nneka, is owner of the online school supply company, “Innovative Supplies.” The brand features products that represent black culture while displaying socially motivated events that are present in today’s culture. 150 more words

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Shad Moss (Bow Wow) Said What?!

In our current social climate where everyone is just one “I wish somebody would” away from ranting, raving, or worse, harming someone about a socio-political topic, black folks have become immensely aroused (with good reason) with the current divide and conquer racial narrative propagated by the media. 547 more words

[#BeatsNotBullets] Uncommonrealist Briefly Sits In On A Session Of Damond Blue Music Group's Beats Not Bullets Summer Internship Program [Written By Shae McCoy]

Last week I was able to witness and capture amazing moments at Give & Take: An Artistic Experience, a black-owned art gallery located in downtown… 336 more words


Who Taught You To Hate Yourself

by: Muhammad Ali

Who taught you to hate the texture of your hair? Who taught you to hate the color of your skin? To such extent you bleach, to get like the white man. 317 more words

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​Black Skin, White Masks

by: Fantz Fanon

No, i think u misunderstood. He should do much more than just speak out. The system that he compares himself to is all in his mind. 332 more words

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TFAS Diversity Discussion Panel: An interview with Janay Reece

From the classroom to the boardroom, there is a narrative in the U.S. where individuals of marginalized identities seem set up to fail. Monday night’s Diversity Discussion Panel, hosted by The Fund for American Studies (TFAS), was organized to help professionals of underrepresented backgrounds learn how to cope with oppression, inspire one another and ultimately “defy the odds” stacked against them. 882 more words