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“I’m is talking right”: How the stigma around Black language holds us back from liberation
‘Black Panther’ shatters advance ticket sales records
Dallas police harass Erykah Badu just to say ‘hello’
Don’t touch our hair: In hilarious online game ‘Hair Nah’, Black folk’s hair is off limits
Kendrick Lamar fuels rumors he is working on Marvel’s ‘Black Panther’ soundtrack
Where were internet access crusaders when Facebook stopped Korryn Gaines from streaming cops murdering her?
Lubiana Himid is the first Black woman artist to win England’s prestigious Turner Prize
Malcolm X’s daughters are launching a clothing line!
Singer and actress Della Reese dies at the age of 86
Who owns the Black experience?: Decolonizing theory & how the academy commodifies Black life
She ain’t white girl pregnant: Black, queer & expecting in an anti-Black, anti-queer world
The Blackest National Book Awards ever will be livestreamed on Facebook
Why we need to stop excluding Black populations from ideas of who is “Indigenous”
Study confirms why TV representation is failing, there aren’t enough Black writers in Hollywood
Meet Ruth E Carter, the Black woman behind the costumes of “Black Panther”‘s Wakanda
How the FBI’s “Black Identity Extremist” label feeds into our willingness to throw Black radicals under the bus
What Azealia Banks, Cardi B, and Black Cornell students decrying African immigrants reveal about Black scarcity
Learning to love myself enough to f*ck raw while Black and HIV positive
Black Louisiana teens charged after being hit by truck while the driver wasn’t
We can’t talk about Black Greek hazing without talking about slavery
“Representation matters,” but not more than everything else
We are in a queer media movement, but is increased visibility the answer to violence?
Black millennials are moving South in droves
Black and Latinx queer people need safe spaces, too
How Trump’s anti-Black, anti-poor, and anti-LGBTQ administration affects marginalized people
Stop hoping “the shooter” isn’t Black.
More Than a Token: Parting reflections on being Black at the University of Chicago
If Black innocence never exists to the state, how can passivism and perfect victimhood save us?
When I, a Black person, was told I didn’t know enough about another culture to have opinions on slavery
Reading came first: how I journeyed from hotep to Black queer feminist
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