You know that conversation that we’ve been “saving for another day”? Today is another day. Another day where a black life is lost. Another day in which we have been failed. OLUWATOYIN SALAU (19), also referred to as “Toyin” and “Queen”, is another BLACK WOMAN who has been failed. In the physical sense, she was… Read More The Signal: A Call to Black Men
This article is for you. Yes, I mean you. Before I begin, I would like to acknowledge those who have lost their lives during this time of uncertainty, as well as those who have lost close friends and family. Social distancing has been hard on us all, but it is truly necessary to prevent the… Read More Affirmations and Aspirations
One of the most exciting parts about being a black FAU student is interacting with the organizations we know and love, but it’s also refreshing to see the up and coming ones getting ready to make their mark. In this case, I’m talking about Project Men: one of FAU’s newest organizations’ targeted towards benefiting young… Read More PROJECT MEN FAU: On Their Way to becoming an A+ Org
Black students are the minority at FAU. Do we get the same attention and support as other races on campus? … Read More Are we Invisible on Campus?