Do You Know Your History? The History of Black Hair in America

There is a reason why the evolution of black hair and it’s impact on our society speaks volumes about the black experience: Our hair is an integral part of our history. It has a versatile story of tears, self-hatred, rebellion, and self love. Taken to foreign lands and pressured into fitting a certain beauty standard,… Read More Do You Know Your History? The History of Black Hair in America

White Privilege in Plain View at the Capitol

On Jan. 6th, 2021, angry supporters of President Donald Trump stormed the Washington DC Capitol in frustration with Joe Biden’s Electoral College victory. Protesters fought past police forces and breached the house, waving American flags as they marched through the hallways Much was said about the fact that these actions threaten the core of our… Read More White Privilege in Plain View at the Capitol

Amanda Gorman Makes her Mark at Biden’s Inauguration

Amanda Gorman, the nation’s first ever Youth Poet Laureate, recited a powerful poem at the 59th Presidential Inauguration of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harrison on Wednesday, Jan. 20th, 2021. Gorman, who is 22, is the youngest inaugural poet in United States history.   “It’s amazing…Especially at my age. No one really gets… Read More Amanda Gorman Makes her Mark at Biden’s Inauguration

Disney’s got SOUL

Pixar’s new animated feature, “Soul,” is a beautiful, introspective film about life’s purpose. With its mix of creativity and meaning, it achieves a level of maturity that other Pixar films haven’t quite hit yet. The heartwarming movie was released on Dec. 25th, 2020 which was the perfect time for viewers who were trapped indoors and… Read More Disney’s got SOUL