Let me start by recounting a scenario I always see play out on social media. A Black student posts an ecstatic reaction to their admittance to a selective college. Alongside a flood of comments expressing […]
Most if not all young Black children have heard the term “White washed” at least a couple times in their youth. As of late, it’s usually used incorrectly, thrown around loosely to refer to a […]
You may be thinking: what stops a Black person from loving nature? Black people have long been criminalized or abused for their relationship with nature. Keeping in mind that mass incarceration is just a modern […]
Pose is an American television drama series that features the largest ensemble of transgender actors ever cast in series regular roles. The show is set in 1980s New York City and focuses on Black and […]
Black hair is beautiful. It defies gravity. Black women have discovered an endless amount of ways to style it. And despite how much criticism Black people face because of it, non-Black people continue to imitate […]
When entering college, I knew that Greek Life permeated practically all aspects of campus life at many universities. It dominates the party culture, provides connections to other organizations on campus, and (if all goes well) […]
Content Warning: Sexual Assault I remember being 12 years old and walking into my local 7-11 eager to buy candy with my white friend. We walked through all the aisles until we saw the candy […]
Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.
Follow My Blog
Get new content delivered directly to your inbox.