Opinion

Bernie Bro

My name is Tess, and I am a Bernie Bro.

Written by: Tess Raser@traser03 Sure, I’m a Black woman, but I am completely dedicated to…

Whitewashed History

Other Moments in Whitewashed History: Five Additional Erasures of Black Excellence

A gentleman and a scholar by the name of Dick Gregory once said, “When you’ve…

The Sixth Sense

On its 21st Birthday, ‘The Sixth Sense’ Reminds Us of the Competence of Children

This year 16-year-old environmental activist Greta Thunberg became the youngest Person of the Year in…

Gremlins

For 35 Years ‘Gremlins’ Has Warned of the Dangers of Cultural Appropriation

An inventor of wild gadgets can’t get his family just any old normal thing for…

Black People

‘Black People Don’t Support One Another’ and Other False Witness We Bear

“What if we believed in Black people as much as we believed in appeasing white…

Harriet

5 Reasons to Go See ‘Harriet’

Around Veteran’s Day 2019, Focus Features released the film Harriet. The film chronicles the life…

Women of Color

Should We Say Goodbye to the Term “Women of Color”?

From Sorella Magazine The term women of color is universally accepted to describe non-white women,…

The Farewell

Review: ‘The Farewell’ and its Silences

Written by: Pim Wangtechawat There are silences in Lulu Wang’s The Farewell that linger much…

Rising Tides and Why Black LGBTQs Deserve Better

Social media was recently ablaze with debate regarding an episode from the third season of…

Why Joe Biden Is Bad for Black People

While Biden is a gaffe machine who makes for funny takeaways and cheap shots, his…