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Born from a breed
Selfishly replicated
Are you one of my kind
Or a poor imitation?


[Heavy's Thoughts] Netflix Original: 13th. As Educational as it is Painful [Written By Brandon Willams]

Netflix has just been hitting it out of the park lately; they’ve been producing quality content consistently for the past couple of months and their recent documentary “13th” is just another notch in their belt. 512 more words


[Poetry] A Soul On The Run [Written By Dionne Saucier]

All that she aspires to be is the epitome of something great.

Even if that means going through life not knowing her own fate.

When she closes her eyes she can see her vision so clear. 346 more words

Baltimore Culture

[Opinionated] Yes, I Am Pro Black. No, I Don't Hate Everyone Else [Written By Shae McCoy]

When you think of the words Pro Black, what are the first thoughts that come to your mind?

Considering myself Pro Black, I think that the terms have been misunderstood by my generation. 480 more words

Black History

Appreciation vs. Appropriation Series: Vol. 1

By Asia Daggs
Assistant Web Content Manager

Yes, the black culture got a makeover…

Durags are becoming “Urban Hair Ties” and Bantu Knots are being named as “Twisted Hair Buns” when it hits “high fashion” with designers like Chanel and Marc Jacobs. 735 more words

Web Content

Dr Thomas Mapfumo on Jean Gasho's Blog

I welcomed  Zimbabwean’s award winning music legend Dr Thomas Mapfumo, popularly known as “The Lion Of Zimbabwe” or “Mukanya” on Just Jean Blog for an exclusive interview about his music, the Zimbabwe music industry, his life in United States Of America, the Political situation of Zimbabwe and of course his involvement in the New York demonstrations against Robert Mugabe in September. 1,899 more words


Melanin Mondays ][ the Black Project

After learning that her best friend’s little sister had cancer and was losing her hair to chemotherapy, 8-year old Lauren Laray decided to make her a wig. 117 more words