Black LiteratureCultureExclusive Interviews

Melanin Origins Inspires African-American Community to Read More

We’ve all heard that knowledge is power, and that the more you know the more you will succeed.┬áMelanin Origins was ...
Culture

Poetry Corner: Slipping

This Fifth of Henny in my hand I’m sipping, blunt after blunt I keep rolling and hitting so later on ...
Social Justice

Poetry Corner: Be Free

I remember as a kid I use to stick my middle fingers up to Uncle Sam, Just hanging with my ...
Exclusive InterviewsMotivation & Inspiration

Activist Duron Chavis Revitalizes the Hood with Urban Agriculture

Duron Chavis is an advocate for the African community and coordinator of innovative and dynamic initiatives on the topics of ...
African Fashion & Clothing LinesCultureExclusive InterviewsUncategorized

 Revolutionary Calling Cries Out To Social Issues Through Clothing

RevolUtionary, an urban clothing brand that was created to bring awareness to social issues that plague our communities, has been ...
Editorial, OpinionSocial Justice

Poetry Corner: Thanksgiving

The Pilgrims were extended a kind hand and fed by the occupants of this nameless land, the morning after you ...
Social Justice

Poetry Corner: Black Friday

My day I’m sold half off to the daring looking to get bang for their buck, Buying the disobedient strong ...
CommunityEditorial, Opinion

Land Of The Tree, Home Of The Grave

I pledge allegiance to the mask of the united hate of America. To the revolution which I stand to fight ...
CommunityEditorial, Opinion

Nothing Was The Same

What is it to be Black in America? I say be prepared to be hunted and gunned down like predators. ...
CommunitySocial Justice

Hidden Figures

It’s like give or take a few inches here a few centimeters there. Didn’t know I should care how the ...