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Mbira Spirit - Amy and Tafadzwa Matamba - Say Yes to Everything!

March 11th, 2015

The sun shines upon Amy and Tafadzwa Matamba, and anyone who is lucky enough to meet them, can see this. A couple since meeting in 2012, when Amy travelled to Zimbabwe to study Mbira music, they are on an unstoppable mission to connect their music with the world. 1,588 more words

Educating Students on "Double Consciousness"

     NSU’s Black Student Union (BSU) held its last event for Black History Month on February 26. This event was hosted and lead by BSU co-presidents Julia Westley and Kellrhema Hinton. 194 more words

Campus

After outcry, rapper Common won't speak at Kean graduation, report says | NJ.com

After outcry, rapper Common won’t speak at Kean graduation, report says | NJ.com.

You forgive racist for murdering half your ancestors and they prevent you from speaking on the lyrics of one song…… this nation is so hypocritical…. my God.

Food For Thought

Tell the truth Tuesday

It’s tell the truth Tuesday.. This may offend.. this may enlighten..

That was a disclaimer..lol;; Stay tuned

African American

A Black History Month Tribute: Peanut Butter Based Recipes

Black History Month. When is “black history” finally just going to become American History? It’s the same thing. Black History is basically the platform for most American History. 875 more words

Food

Dreams Deferred, Dreams Made Real

(based on a sermon preached at Lafayette Christian Church, February 8, 2015)

I was catching my friend up on a conversation I had with a co-worker the other day. 1,235 more words

Book review: 28 Days, by Charles R. Smith, illustrated by Shane W. Evans

Smith, Charles R., Jr. 28 Days: Moments in Black History That Changed the World. Il. Shane W. Evans. Neal Porter/Roaring Brook. 2015. $18.99. 978-1-59643-820-0. Ages 8-12: 142 more words

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