“ ....Even today, this poison exists, where some of us who are light-skinned think we are better than our darker-skinned Brothers and Sisters. We somehow think we are not as good as those who are of lighter skin. This...
On April 12, Rashon Nelson and Donte Robinson sat in a Philadelphia Starbucks for a business meeting, but due to not ordering anything, the police were called and both were arrested. Similarly to being Black during slavery and Jim-Crow season,...
In the Chicago Tribune article, “Angry White Men are Fueling this Generation’s Racial Violence” by Dahleen Glanton, you could feel a sense of astonishment and dismay in her words as she unraveled the Charlottesville tragedy from last year. “… the...
Women’s fight for rights in America can be traced all the way back to the 1920s during the Women’s Suffrage Movement. They fought for basic rights such as respect and the right to vote. Women have recently reignited their...
Women’s History Month is observed in March and recognizes the great contributions that women have made to our nation in order to show women appreciation. Unfortunately, I’m not buying the dedication of this month in regard to the ways in...
Amnesiacide. Noun     The loss of a large block of memory as a result of cultural, spiritual, economic and religious genocide     What happened to Black people during the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade Slavery stripped Black people of our names, our...

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