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The history of Black female poets is brief and incomplete

The history of Black female poets is brief and incomplete

by Riley Martinez, Contributor // February 24, 2021

It is well known that art forms the heart of America. Whether through movies, music or written media, art is often what binds us together during those...

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You can’t dim my #BlackGirlMagic

by Aleah Jarin, Staff Writer // February 10, 2021

I am in awe of Black women and everything we encompass.  Our power, our beauty, our resilience. Black women are capable of so many things and I’m...

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The distrust among Black Americans in medicine is warranted

The distrust among Black Americans in medicine is warranted

by Jessica Octavio, Staff Writer // February 9, 2021

For centuries, science and medicine have been used as weapons against Black people, serving to both justify and perpetuate institutionalized racism.  Researchers,...

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Thank you, Madame Vice President

Thank you, Madame Vice President

by Shalika Oza, Staff Writer // November 25, 2020

Growing up in America, it wasn’t often that I saw South Asian characters in the media, and if I did, they seemed exaggerated and not nearly representative...

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Democrats owe their success to black women

by Kemi Giwa, Opinion Editor // February 27, 2019

Although we are less than two years away from the highly-anticipated election year,  any polls predicting or making definite statements about who the...

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Women, our independence is in jeopardy…again.

by Kemi Giwa, Opinion Editor // September 26, 2018

With all the chaos upending Washington right now, the topic of abortion and the status of Roe v. Wade is quickly recentering itself and becoming the topic...

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