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Genesis Tramaine’s “God Is Trans” Art Exhibition


Thursday, August 2, 2018

By Serghie Faustin     Last month on July 6, I attended a private showing at Richard Beaver’s Gallery in Brooklyn, New York to witness Genesis Tramaine’s solo art exhibit called “God Is Trans.” The title of the exhibit alone will capture your attention, but the artwork lined up against the walls of the gallery need no help ...

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Crystal Roman on the Black Latina Movement and Issues Women in the Black Latina Community Face


Sunday, July 29, 2018

By Taylor Johnson Promoting content for the advancement of African and Latino cultures is what the Black Latina Movement strives for. And they do just that by providing artists from different backgrounds the opportunity to create, write, produce, and perform. The Black Latina Movement is a vibrant film and production company based in NYC. The movement was ...

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Eight Subscription Boxes You May Not Have Heard About


Tuesday, July 24, 2018

By: Serghie Faustin Though Christmas only comes once a year, getting a highly anticipated package in the mail definitely feels like a mini holiday. This feeling of excitement can be amplified even more when you’re not completely sure what you’re going to see when you open the box. I’m talking of course about subscription boxes! Several ...

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Five Apps That You Can Make Money From


Wednesday, July 18, 2018

By: Taylor Johnson With apps that let you make money from shopping at stores like Walmart and Target, making money has never been easier! As your money starts to add up over time, you could have up to $1,000 in your account. Here are five apps to download to start making money now!     Dosh Dosh works by allowing ...

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The Panic Room


Monday, July 16, 2018

By Joye Epps Panic has been described as a sudden uncontrollable fear or anxiety, often causing wildly, unthinking behavior. Anxiety has been characterized as a feeling of worry, nervousness, or unease, typically about an imminent event or something with an uncertain outcome. Although different, people often use these terms interchangeably due to them being mutually exclusive. Unfortunately, I have ...

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Women of Color and the Wealth of Wisdom


Sunday, June 24, 2018

By Kamaria Mason Illustration by NIcholle Kobi There seems to be a cycle in our society where each generation struggles then eventually finds their way. The process of developing into a self-sufficient person requires us to go through certain growing pains. However, a very blatant disconnect is evident between the generations who have “made it” and ...

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