A Pepsi won’t solve police brutality.
Syracuse University protestors stand in solidarity for those affected by President Donald Trump’s executive order.
From D.C. to L.A., the women’s marches weren’t lacking in brown girl power.
Brown Girls Only spoke to Janay Reece about how the The Fund for American Studies’ panel on diversity aimed to address the lack of representation in media.
As defined by The Huffington Post, “Black Girl Magic is a term used to illustrate the universal awesomeness of black women.” There’s nothing wrong with a little #BlackGirlMagic.
Apart from Swift’s unnecessary presence in Minaj’s self-examination and analysis of Hollywood, the fact that Swift felt compelled to lash out directly at Minaj underscores issues bigger than Swift’s thin skin.
In the midst of increasingly candid discussions about race, privilege and cultural appropriation, not a better case of those three issues at play has arrived in the form Rachel Dolezal.
The events of the McKinney police brutality incident cannot be justified or glossed over. Even if the report that the kids did not belong at Craig Ranch North Community Pool held any weight, that still does not merit them being verbally abused, handcuffed and thrown to the ground.
Even in circles that seek equality and justice for the oppressed, the intersection of identities is still a tricky space to navigate.
More often than not, it seems like the people who get to call the shots and make something of themselves is an exclusive “white boys only” club. From the East to the West, the lives worth living and the lives that are deemed worthless are dictated by white men. Take a look at your valedictorians, your […]