It’s no secret that 2020 has been a busy year. We’ve seen so much, between the coronavirus pandemic and the deaths of innocent Black men and women. Since social media is a place many of us spend...
This article was also published in Rise Magazine, a publication out of Atlanta, GA. The entire world has exploded after the murder of George Floyd, and others, at the hands of police. This is...
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,...
You’re on Instagram scrolling through the usual mess that is your timeline when something of relevance catches your eye. Maybe it’s a video of our criminal justice system failing to actually enact justice, a...
Note: This article was originally published on August 11, 2018 at Theeverythinger.me . We received permission from the founder to repost it onto our website. Please visit the website and support their efforts! The...
There is a debate stirring in the United States: Should Black people receive reparations for the horrors of slavery? The question is a ridiculous one. Did the Jews receive reparations for the evil of...
At 9:41 AM on November 16th, 2017, after numerous hours of waiting, my first child was born into the world. I had joined the society of fatherhood. There are many ways to approach the responsibilities that accompany...
The Black community has been on life support for a very long time now. Black people in America have not been living but merely surviving. To survive is to run from death while to live is to...
Every year, art fanatics flock to Miami Beach to take part in Art Basel, a major four-day art show that features galleries, films, and everything an art lover could want. This happens in three cities across the...
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.

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