If we aren’t being shot dead in the street, then we endure these type of “microagressions” about being who we naturally are, at every turn.
How do you define feminism?
And what are you doing to keep it from staying such a “dirty word” in our society?
How many times can we hear this same story until we admit that something is gravely wrong with the way law enforcement interacts with people of color?
simple resource for all things muhsinah.
Before she comes to Philly this Thursday night for a performance at World Café live, download Muhsinah’s new EP, “M,” for free from her artist site.
Some of you missed when we aired this audio on The MOJO last week, but if you have an inkling that you or someone you love is suffering from depression, please get professional help ASAP. And listen to the words of Sky Williams to better understand how to assist or how to deal until the pros help you get to the root of the issue.
No stigma. Only love. And light. And healing.
We’ve posted the actual images previously. But our friends at Upworthy did their due diligence to include the actual story behind each quote and image. The realities are heartbreaking.
On this day, when one family will bury a son whose last words are depicted in this collage, may we all realize that the problem of police bias, brutality and the criminalization of Black bodies deserves our immediate action.
They left the body in the street.
For those who continue to ask why America seems to be boiling over, this is a pretty good summary.
An essay from a Jeopardy champion written with bitter empathy.
Do not judge an ally by their ethnic background. Some people get it far more than some of us might be willing to admit.
Ferguson police pull guns on Talib Kweli, Rosa Clemente, jessica Care moore and others - Rolling Out
Eyewitness reports of the Ferguson escalation. How many times do similar circumstances happen across America?
Letter from the NAACP Legal Defense Fund to demand more accountability from American law enforcement and its use of murderous tactics against Black people.