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When there’s talk about Black people, or what is referred to as “people of color,” many see images of slightly or heavily pigmented skin shades in their minds. Many...
Singer. Artist. Fighter for justice. Those are words that describe Yonasda Lonewolf Hill, a Black and Native American activist who has stood in front of bulldozers in Standing Rock, marched...
Most people know the drill: Elementary school, middle school, high school, college. That’s the sequence. It’s a traditional path that the majority of the American population take in the...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VlIoLzhos2w Ronyde Ponthieux is no ordinary girl. Instead of spending her spare time playing on the computer and browsing social media, she’s standing in solidarity with TPS recipients (Temporary Protected...
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In American society, Thanksgiving is promoted as an innocent concept. The notion of being around loved ones and having gratitude for the many blessings that we have...
Thanksgiving is right around the corner -- literally tomorrow, depending on when you're reading this article. It's about that time when people are flocking to the grocery...
Brittney Morris’ new debut “Slay” is like a love letter to the younger-you and many Black girls growing up in America establishing themselves while trying not to...
Historical Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) have produced some of our most well-known leaders in America. Lately, I have been curious about the future of farming at...
It is no secret that there is a strong Christian presence within the black community. Our sojourn in America has had a great impact on our spirituality,...
A strong identity gives a person strength, courage and something to fight for. This is what Kelly Holmes, founder of Native Max Magazine, possesses.