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For 400 years, Black people in America have been crying for freedom. For 400 years, Black people have revolted, boycotted, marched, bled and died for justice. For 400 years, Black people have been crying out for liberty and equality. Fannie...
For decades, college campuses have been ground zero for spreading messages. The younger crowd has always found a way to make their voices heard and promote their points of view. With election season upon us, more elections to come, and...
23 years ago, it happened. Three years ago, it happened again. A few days from now, we’re commemorating it. The historical Million Man March took place on October 16, 1995. The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan spearheaded the march. Its purpose...
Boarded up houses, a boarded up school, and even boarded up churches—such is the condition of the surrounding neighborhood where the 10,000 Fearless: Headquarters of the South is located—‘The Bluff.’ It has been three years since Justice Or Else, a...
One of the beautiful parts of being a member of this generation has been experiencing the beginnings of a Black cultural awakening. Before my very eyes, I have witnessed and been a part of an entire cohort of young people who use the tools of the internet, social media and digital technology as a method to reprogram our preconceived notions of Black history, culture and politics.
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 Status) and fighting for them to become permanent residents of...
Age is not a restriction for Lahrul Muhammad. He is currently 22 years old and has been studying culinary arts for nine years. Lahrul was born and raised in Bayview Hunters Point, San Francisco, CA, and he grew up in...
One issue that Blacks face on a day to day basis are negative stereotypes. They’re one reason why Blacks often live in fear and are targeted. If a Black man has dreads, he’s labeled uneducated and a thug. If...
It’s no secret that throughout history, part of the faith community has been at odds. Each day, people reject, disrespect and hurt others because of their religious and spiritual differences. This hurts humanity more than it helps us. Muslims, Jews and...
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 HBCUs. Surely HBCUs produce programs and degrees related to agriculture,...

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