As the WNBA commences its season in the ‘Wubble,” sports writer Jasmine Brown takes a moment to highlight the many ways that WNBA players have fought for social justice and why they deserve the most respect.
In our fight against white supremacy, Reverend Todd Campbell teaches us the importance of being anchored and finding your center.
Johnniqua Charles’s “Lose Yo Job” remixed by DJ Suede became the anthem of the Black Lives Matter movement. Plugged music writer, Chelsea Herrera writes about the song provided Black joy amidst the revolution.
Advertising and marketing expert Kifaya Taha writes about why it’s time for the “white elephants” in the room to acknowledge racism and combat white supremacy in the advertising industry.
Minneapolis playwright Malick Ceesay pens a moving piece on why he fell in love with theatre and why, across the country, diversity and equity must take center-stage.
In hopes of helping more people understand the protests that are creating change across this country, lawyer and Seattle native, Thaddeus Gregory, wrote a letter to a loved one about why the protests are happening and will continue until justice is had and change is made.
Crafted is a poem by poet and writer Sahra Yousuf on her emotions and thoughts during the Black uprising.
During a global pandemic and our movement to end racism, educator and community engagement coordinator, Robin Wonsley, reminds us the importance of maintaining our peace and joy.
Legislative Assistant at the U.S. House of Representatives Cheniqua Johnson writes a personal piece about the 4th of July and why for Black people it isn’t a day of celebration, but rather a day of reflection on the work that remains to attain freedom and liberty for all.
Strategic Business Leader Mavis Anagboso writes about the importance of names and how companies can be more intentional in welcoming and hiring employees from non-white backgrounds.