Home Posts tagged "African-American"
28 Jan

not another teen violence.

Kids will be kids, but where do we draw the line?
03 Dec

the state of the black feminist union.

But, at the end of the day, what did being a Feminist mean to me?
01 Dec

world aids day.

The topic of HIV/AIDS is an important one within our community, and when I say "our" what I really mean is everyone, not just a particular demographic.
30 Nov

too good not to share.

This was too good not to share … hope you enjoyed it! Don’t forget to share with your friends! There’s something comforting about the fact that black folks have been fussing over their hair from time immemorial. Even back in Africa hair meant something–a...
15 Nov


Several musicians have released books detailing and expounding upon their beginnings, inspirations, experiences -- so what's going to make Jay-Z's book, Decoded, so different?
10 Nov

black, but not entertained.

Perhaps, Snoop Dogg is to Girls Gone Wild what hot sauce is to nasty food.
03 Nov

a wake up call.

There's not a tax-based human services program in the world that can fix apathy or ignorance ...
25 Oct

a [banned] runaway.

Talking about it? Judging it? Critiquing it? Studying it? Or simply dismissing it?
22 Oct

a black hole in black culture: a letter to xxl.

Let me begin by saying that I do not find the "prison couple" image amusing in the slightest.