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At The Lighthouse | Black Girl Projects we are celebrating November with Grace and Gratitude. We hope you have many things to be grateful for right now and are finding grace where and how you need it. Here are some podcasts to keep your ears happy for a bit. hey, girl. is a podcast that...
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What are you grateful for? I have so much gratitude for all the wonderful expressions of self, challenge, passion, hurt, love, and so many other artistic interpretations I see in our world. And I’m grateful that each day I get to experience something new and share some of those findings with you. We are celebrating...
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What’s the scariest thing about this month’s premiers? Saying goodbye to some of our faves Whether you are into Dramedies or Docuseries, there are plenty of binge worthy options this month! From the highly anticipated final season of Insecure on HBO to B.A.P.S hitting Netflix with more nostalgia than we can stand, there's something for everyone to watch...
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September is all about Back to School and with this in mind, we’ve been listening to some great podcasts that draw on the Black learners’ experience and the state of education for Black communities. Here are a few you might find interesting too.
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There are a lot of great shows coming out or starting back up in the month of September. From our favorite Black students at Winchester U to a Black reboot of a 90’s classic, check out these highly melanated shows in the month of September: Blood Brothers- This documentary explores the friendship between Muhammad Ali...
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This month, we are sharing artists whose work unteaches who is at the center of art and culture and offers bold and vivid lessons about Black culture and history. These Black, women artists create works that empower Black women, challenge their viewers, and inspire awe. These works share stories pulled from deep traditions, and in...
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As we celebrate 5 (five) years of working alongside Black girls and women, creating change for individuals and communities, we also want to celebrate Black women painters. Here are a few we are excited to share with you. Gwendolyn Knight moved to New York in the 1930s, joining the Post-Harlem Renaissance Movement. Her paintings depict...
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This month while we’re celebrating The Lighthouse’s 5th year, we are listening to Black podcasts that dig deep into the issues of being Black and brown in America and stories that reflect the necessity of the work being done at The Lighthouse | Black Girl Projects.
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No one could have predicted the intense and never-ending stress that has doggedly followed us from 2020. The uncertainty and negligence of our national, state, and local governments left me so mentally fatigued that I was often unable to focus on anything longer than 10 minutes. Walking around in a mental fog that never seemed...
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Listen. (Don’t you love how so many Black folks say “listen” then don’t say anything?!) It’s been five years for The Lighthouse | Black Girl Projects, and we’re celebrating. It’s also Black August, and in Black liberation, the month is a point of reflection and study. As we have moved celebrating our birthday to August—an...
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