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Kanye West – Avant Garde?

Usually I don’t watch the Grammy’s, but stumbled upon this year’s show. After the Kanye West “incident” at the Grammy’s, I’ve had this Beck song “Where It’s At” in my head, constantly. 382 more words

Unheard Black Voices

While browsing the Huffington Post online February 15th, I decided to research the amount of white people on the front page versus the amount of colored people. 246 more words

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Ralph Abernathy: Martin Luther King Jr.’s Overlooked ‘civil rights twin’

Originally Posted on Religion News Service (RNS) on January 15, 2015 by Adelle M. Banks

In a scene in the movie “Selma,” the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. 188 more words

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From TooWarmForSweatshirts.tumblr.com - Trayvon Martin

In light of recent events I decided to post an entry from my other blog TooWarmForSweatshirts.tumblr.com here on The Thing About My Boyfriend. This has nothing to do with my boyfriend, but I felt it was worth sharing. 475 more words

A Review of 2014

Adrian C

This year has been a big one for me. Firstly, in late march I learned my status as a positive person. A few months after, the caseworker that did my intake told me about the NMAC Youth Initiative. 1,879 more words

Living With Hiv

“Selma:” Shrink-wrapped & High on Suffrage, Low on Balm By Ronald Steele

I’m sick of the Hollywierd films depicting Black life, excluding the natural context, afforded white stories, and characterizing Black people void of loving emotion, only pain, rage & anger. 820 more words

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