Do We Allow People to Grow?

As of recently, comedian Kevin Hart has come under fire after his homophobic tweets from several years ago resurfaced on Twitter. Hart, who was set to host next year's Oscar's, stepped down from the opportunity because he refused to apologize for his old tweets, claiming he had already apologized years before and was tired of … Continue reading Do We Allow People to Grow?

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Is this Generation More Sensitive than Generations Before?

For most young millennials of marginalized communities, the late summer of 2014 was unforgettable. The state sanctioned murder of 18-year-old Michael Brown sparked a national outcry for justice and an end to police brutality against Black Americans. That summer sparked a change in many young Americans, especially Black and Brown Americans. It is one thing … Continue reading Is this Generation More Sensitive than Generations Before?

Vic Mensa’s Alleged Diss Towards XXXtentacion: For Clout or the Betterment of Women? A Womanist Perspective.

This past week, the hip-hop community has been unraveling at its seams. It was reported that Chicago rapper Vic Mensa had allegedly "dissed" the late and notorious XXXtentacion during his BET Hip-Hop Awards freestyle cypher. When y’all hear Vic Mensas fucking freestyle at the BET awards y’all are going to be fucking disgusted. @VicMensa SUCK … Continue reading Vic Mensa’s Alleged Diss Towards XXXtentacion: For Clout or the Betterment of Women? A Womanist Perspective.

Why Do We Care More About Entertainment than the Safety of Black Women and Girls?

From the #MeToo movement to women coming forward to speak out against Harvey Weinstein's sexual harassment and abuse to Bill Cosby's trial for his several counts of sexual assault, people have not been shy about bringing the abuse that happens to women behind closed Hollywood doors to the light. In the past year, more women … Continue reading Why Do We Care More About Entertainment than the Safety of Black Women and Girls?