In this edition of Awakened Convos, our partner Leslie Ramirez with House of Ramirez interviewed…
In the midst of a new wave of activism calling for transformative, systemic change that…
Travis Washington is a two-time graduate of SIU, having received his bachelor’s degree in University studies with a minor in Africana Studies and Speech Communication in 2017 and master’s in Education Administration in 2019.
Niko Brim, hip-hop artist and activist, spoke at Mount Vernon City Hall during its “We Can’t Breathe” rally alongside the city’s government and youth organized by MVPD on Tuesday, June 2, 2020.
As a collective it is important for us to acknowledge how we are feeling, and our feelings and emotions drive our purpose. Check in with yourself; ask yourself those questions. How have my emotions narrated my purpose? Check in with those answers and acknowledge where they lead you. Take those answers and that clarity and allow it to fuel you.
Theresa Bowe, Founder of the “Don’t Touch Me” movement, releases her premier, groundbreaking children’s book My Mommy’s Boyfriend in time for National Child Abuse Prevention Month, which takes place each April.
“100 Years of Black Bruin Excellence” to be Celebrated by UBAA at Winston C. Doby Legacy Scholarship Gala.