"Perception can be a deception, what you see in other people could be your own reflection.”
Zainab Karim takes us through the emotional journey of caring for a sick relative in her final days.
Garfield Hylton acknowledges the internal struggles and personal barriers relating to working as a full-time writer and journalist.
In article four of five in the patriarchy series, Daniel argues that Black men must be vocal and stand up for Black women in order for us all to survive.
A short poem reflecting the struggles humanity faces as we navigate to strive for a common goal to thrive and survive in this world.
From double entendres to metaphors to word play, Fred the Godson is likely more clever than your favorite rapper.
Hope is the thing with feathers, and I am hopeful that a first step to better communication is acknowledging how easy it is to default to its opposite.
“I’m not sure you want to talk with me, since I’m white, but I just want to say…”
An introspective review reflecting Frank Ocean's choice to avoid succumbing to pressure and releasing his project in his way and on his own terms.
James Boyd II pens a provoking piece on NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick's choice to sit during the National Anthem, urging us to stand against injustice.