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The Lighthouse
November 12 Yesterday my mom and I landed in Cairo, Egypt. After we landed, my mom and I met up with a tour group. We left the airport in a bus and one hour later, we were at our hotel. The hotel was nice, but the food wasn’t. That same day we met the rest...
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Me and Noel been at it before Twitter names / Yeah, been on the move like the lease is up / And I can’t even name one person that’s keepin’ up —Drake,” 0-100/The Catch Up” We’re going all the way live today! We are trying something new this week and hope you will come along...
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There are sacred Christmas songs and maybe a couple you’ve never heard before, ones that slap,  Kwanzaa-inspired jams and a party song or two. These chanteuses will get you through the next several days, whether you’re hosting dinner, a cocktail party, or need a soundtrack while you’re chilling by yourself and reading a book. Merry...
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We were inspired. Local DJ, Young Venom, curated a playlist for the Mississippi Museum of Art, and we decided, “Why not curate one for the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum’s opening, even though they didn’t ask?!” So we did. We have. And we’re sharing it. Here’s to #blackgirljoy that even 45 can’t dampen. There’s been so much...
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This article contains reflections related to child abuse that may be uncomfortable or triggering for survivors and some others. Years ago, I began writing a poem about one of the languages my mother spoke. It began, “Pain is my mother’s tongue, but I speak it fluently.” I thought the line was dope. I did my,...
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