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5 Black Female Authors of All Time

Black women are beautiful goddesses, and one of the most educated groups of people in America. Little Black girls, need Black females with get pride and achievements to look up too, so they can aim for that goal and beyond it. 729 more words

African American

Martin Luther King Jr. Or Malcolm X?

The age old question, the choice of which separate the masses of the people, into two groups– Malcolm X or Martin Luther King Jr? A peaceful man or an outspoken one? 791 more words


WUSTL's AFAS to Become a Department | Washington University in St. Louis

This is my B.A., y’all!! AFAS was not just my major home, but my safe space and the reason for my season. So excited about this transition–Congratulations! 234 more words

Black Life X Ephemera

Fairfield University

Fairfield University (visited 10/11/16)

Students who are willing to explore or who have a professional mind-set but don’t want to be stuck on a single track are going to love Fairfield. 913 more words

College Visits

3 Books All Black People Must Read!

The revolution begins within, these 3 books will educate you and spark your intelligence. Strengthen your mind and action, because when you have a mind, you have a drive, a passion, a goal and can be occupied with thoughts and actions, achieving knowledge. 264 more words

African American

P-funk tears the roof off

In the 1970s George Clinton took funk to a new level when he formulated the P-funk concept, which was defined by a philosophy, attitude, culture, and musical style. 184 more words

Popular Music

Letters to Jonas: On God and Theology

Dear Jonas,

I wanted to write you concerning God. I remember writing to you in an emotional wreck one night while I was working at Sandy Cove. 944 more words