Month

August 2017
  Pssst! I heard everyone talking about Black August, but I really don’t know what it is, it’s August 31st, and I never got around to doing my Googles. It’s cool. We’ve got you covered. Black Americans are still fighting to survive in a societal system deeply rooted in white supremacy and anti-blackness nearly two...
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I sometimes wonder how my girlfriends and I became so pro-black woman and sex-positive. I think back on my own upbringing and that of my closest girlfriends (the black experience isn’t a monolith, but there are some strong themes). At age 8, when my mother was pregnant with my younger sister, we had the chat...
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One dreary November morning, when I was in the seventh grade, my classmates and I trekked outside for our daily break in between class change. It was chilly out, but we huddled close together under the breezeway with our overpriced sugary drinks and fried snacks, lamenting over algebra and social studies. A friend of mine...
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