The problem with the Police 

From the time our ancestors were brought into this country there has been a mistrust among the police and people of color. The police in this country have never had the priority to protect people of color. They are more interested in protecting their own interests.  I found it quite interesting that police officials thought […]

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The Race Issue

In a recent interview with The Grio, Anthony Mackie, star in Captain America; The Winter Soldier, had some interesting thoughts on Selma’s Oscar Snub and the recent injustice of black men being murdered. In reference to the snub, Mackie said, “People are just tired of being bombarded with race right now. So everybody is shying away […]

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What has happened to Black Television???

 So the T.V. junkie that I am, is burning up inside about the lack of classic black shows on television. Growing up in the late 90’s afforded me the opportunity to view a host of great television. In one afternoon, I could catch The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Kenan and Kel,Sister, Sister, Smart Guy, Moesha […]

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Afternoon Tea with CW4CE

 Local Columbia organization, Carolina Women for Change & Empowerment hosted their first annual Ladies Tea on Saturday September 6, 2014. The afternoon tea, was a lesson in etiquette for many of the guests in attendance. Guest speaker Kea Tyson, originally from London, England, explained the history of Tea and the concept behind “The Afternoon Tea”. The hat […]

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Introducing 2SCARVZ; a Forum

2SCARVZ is the collaboration of myself and my good friend Jasmine Benjamin. We exist as the voice of the black woman activist. 2SCARVZ was made possible through the encouragement and support of the students in our Black Feminist Thought class at Claflin University taught by the honorable Dr. Melissa Pearson. Each month the founding and […]

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