I have no problem identifying as mixed (Black and Caucasian), but whatever you do, don’t call me white.
Audre Lorde was a leading African-American poet and essayist, who voiced the issues of race, gender, and sexuality during the 1970s and 80s.
Lorna Simpson is a multimedia artist who explores race, gender and African-American identity in her powerful works.
Just a few months ago, we (Black folks) were endeared with Cam Newton. He seemed to be steadfast in his Blackness. He was taking the NFL by storm, dabbing up and down the field, leading his team to win after win, and snatching titles. It’s time for Cam Newton to pick a side and stay on it.
Foundation and structure play a large part in shaping our experiences, but in some cases they hold us back. Writer, Ameil breaks down the words of professor, Jane Elliott.
Writer, Ameil, breaks down the film “Something New” and shares her views on interracial relationships.