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Tamar Braxton's "Calling All Lovers" A.K.A the Hopeless Romantic's Guide to Trauma and Healing (Review)


R&B singer and TV personality Tamar Braxton is renowned for her always hilarious meme-worthy one-liners and facial expressions. But after releasing her fourth studio album… 481 more words


Black & White Heroes: A Brief Intermission

First and foremost, I hold the belief that not all black people are the same. Though, there are many who fit the stereotypical mold. I believe stereotypes represent a large number of occurrences. 1,238 more words

Black & White Heroes

Why Natural Hair Isn't For You

“Natural hair aint for some of yall bitches…” I used to get so outraged when I heard this statement. I felt like it was an indirect slap in the face to the Creator. 716 more words


International Decade for People of African Descent

TRNN was in Harlem this week to cover the commencement of the UN ‘International Decade for People of African Descent.’ Activist Opal Tometi, Actor Danny Glover and President of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro were among those who spoke.

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Souche Festival (Pictures)

Last weekend, the people behind Souche magazine had a mission to bring Montrealers for the first time at the Palais des Congres. Was it mission accomplished for the organisation team? 537 more words


University of Maryland students reflect on racial tensions at town hall meeting


Baltimore native and public speaker Lamontre Randall planned a town hall meeting which occurred late Wednesday night so that “Maryland students could meet with the real of Baltimore, the people that are really doing something.” 1,437 more words


I laid my hands on History

Today, at the Black Cultural Archives, during my archive objects & collection handling induction, for the first time in my life I lay my own bare hands on a shackle. 107 more words

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