A new year tends to come with new opportunities. With Black History month amongst us, it makes it the perfect time to highlight a new organization that celebrates people that look like us! They’re called “The Black Writers Collective”. Curated by Raquel Perry, the organization uses spoken word to bring awareness to social issues that… Read More Introducing the Black Writers Collective
MARCH 15 – Florida Atlantic University’s very own Konbit Kreyol (KK) hosted a painting event in Palmetto Palm Room. Entitled Paint Night, the purpose was to give FAU students a well needed break to combat the stress inflicted on them by the pandemic, whilst also making sure to stay within the university’s COVID guidelines. Research… Read More Konbit Kreyol Hosts Paint Night
On Wednesday, Jan. 6, thousands of angry Trump supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol, disrupting Congress as they were about to conduct the final electoral count to certify Joe Biden’s victory as the President-elect. The turmoil occurred on the same day Democrats, Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff, were victorious in the runoff elections held in Georgia.… Read More What Happened in D.C.?
Enlightening Generations (EG) isn’t an organization on campus that you hear much about, but their purpose and mission is what sets them apart from the others. Initially created by Beberline “Bahamas” Jeune, a senior here at FAU majoring in Sociology, who is also affiliated with the Xi Epsilon Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated.,… Read More Meet Enlightening Generations
A Discussion on Colorism in the Black Community… Read More Brown Skin Girl
The Rise of “Black-Fishing” … Read More Stop Trying To Be Black
A Discussion on Mental Health in the Black Community
… Read More Are You Okay?