Ryan Coogler’s epic masterpiece, disguised as a comic book narrative, was heavily inspired by the Afrocentric graphic novel series, Black Panther: World of Wakanda, by Ta-Nehisi Coates and Roxane Gaye.
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This article focuses on how comics (particularly Marvel’s Black Panther) can be used to inspire minority students in educational curriculums. This piece is dedicated to young teachers and education majors at the secondary level.
On Friday, February 16th in Oakland, we’re hosting a Black Panther (Movie) costume party and networking event.
Maryland State College, now known as The University of Maryland Eastern Shore, has one of the greatest football programs most people have never heard of. The story of this tiny HBCU is a fascinating tale of race and collegiate sports.
Michael Vick's decade of reinvention leaves him with a new career in television, a potential future in coaching, and his past debt paid in full.
Michael Vick would have been among the greatest NFL quarterbacks in history if he had the same work ethic and focus from the start of his career
An account of the rise, fall, and redemption of Michael Vick, the most thrilling athlete of a generation who became the most reviled.
The invisible element, which we often shy away from in the black community, is the truth and reality of mental illness and exhaustion.
Until we accept every form and contributing piece of black masculinity, we will never be able to grow fully into ourselves
Mental health awareness has been an underlying theme in hip-hop for decades it just was not as clearly stated or respected until more recently.
I'm not a big activist, but if I make Calendly successful then my nephew and niece (my biggest motivations), have people in tech that look just like them.
It is no secret that television has a vital influence on the way we see ourselves and the perceptions that others have about those individuals who look like us.
I use media to shape the archetypes of what successful entrepreneurs of color, particularly black men, do look like, and could or should look like.