I dream in your dialect Where your eyes speak into mine Begging for answers I don’t have any Distant thought fabrications of what we may never be Keep me up […]
My nappy hair is a protest I refuse to pick it I don’t think Afros are cute And I don’t respect those who do Microsoft Word insists that I capitalize Afro […]
“If you want to tell people the truth, make them laugh, otherwise they’ll kill you.” –Oscar Wilde The contagious sensation of laughter has played an integral role in the social […]
“He just gotta give me that look, when he give me that look then the panties comin’ off, off.” A mother rushes to cover her daughter’s ears as they walk […]
“Wasn’t Malcolm X a Black Panther or something?” An anonymous college student can be overheard in a classroom full of students waiting for their weekly lecture on “Black Social Movements” […]
Two Battles, One Sword: Dissecting the Stagnant State of Education and Prison Reform By Makiah Green When the State of Arizona projects how many prison beds it will need, it […]
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