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Teen Vogue Is Evolving Thanks To Elaine Welteroth

You may have noticed that Teen Vogue is getting political. At first, this may seem surprising. But to those who have been

Why Everyone Needs to Read 'The Hate U Give' by Angie Thomas

Angie Thomas’s debut novel based on the Black Lives Matter movement is a masterpiece.

Let's Talk About Wigs And Race

The first – and last – time anyone ever accused me of wearing a wig was during Freshers’ Week, when, sporting my Trinity

'Get Out' Gets In Our Heads About African Americans And Mental Health

Originally published on CocoaFly.com SPOILER ALERT! DO NOT READ IF YOU HAVE NOT SEEN ‘GET OUT’ “When you control a man's

As A Howard Alum, I Stand With Upset HBCU Students Everywhere

All the upset students are demanding is that their president tell them what the hell he’s doing.

10 Things I Learned About Zora Neale Hurston

Women’s History Month begins today, March 1st. I honor the month and continue celebrating Black History 24/7/365 with 10

Pay Young Black Folks To Do The Work They Want To Do

Young black people have got this every bit as much as the next person, and maybe more so.

Dear Media: My Murdered Cousin Was More Than Just A 'Gang Member'

Why do we still need a reason to feel sorry when young black people die violent, untimely deaths?

Build Lasting Progressive Change. Elect Keith Ellison Chair Of The DNC.

In this perilous and challenging new era, Democratic Party officials are scrambling to catch up with the progressive grassroots

The Trump Effect on Domestic Violence: What’s At Stake?

The proposed elimination of VAWA funding by the current administration would be devastating for victims.

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