Rewriting the Black American story starts from destroying the seals of stereotype that have shackled us.
"The revolution we seek to end state violence against Black men must also include the end of physical and psychological violence experienced by Black women"
This is a transcript of a speech given by James Gribble, Jr. at a 2016 Black Lives Matter event.
"Writing has always been the way I share myself with the world. I’m a complete and total introvert."
In wake of events that dehumanize, unjustly target and often kill countless Black men in America, Elle dedicates this article to the ones she loves.
A review of The Birth Of A Nation by Stone Mountain native and aspiring writer Alonge Hawes.
In 20 years, after we’ve had at least one female president (and Kanye's daughter and son are adults), will his tastelessness still be treated like genius?
This magazine was launched to surface narratives reflecting real, lived experiences and targeted at a professional black male demographic.
Integrated athletic competitions have provided one of the few spaces for blacks and whites to come together on equal terms.
There’s a palpable tension in workplaces across the nation. With each passing day, it becomes harder and harder to separate work from life outside of work.