Those working toward equity and inclusion cannot overcome their privilege until they understand how anti-Black racism directly impacts Black Americans, argues Pastor Isaac Scott.
Bedford-Stuyvesant artist Vaughn Jefferson discusses the impact of his murals on his local community and the reality of Black men in America.
His creative process for hope and inspiration takes on its purest form in his original show A Boy’s Room. Exuding honesty, courage, and personal reflection, Woodruff proudly proclaims the liberation of what he calls his “inner bad bitch.”
With the advent of forums, and other community sharing sites, black, queer, and otherwise marginalized people have the opportunity to find a safe haven and treasure trove of mental health resources that they otherwise would not have had access to.
After the third presidential impeachment trial in our country’s history ends without evidence or witnesses, amid scandal after scandal, and along party lines, it seems that our lawmakers are primarily the people breaking the law.