No More N Word

Growing up mixed with black and white has it’s pro’s and con’s. One of the pro’s is being able to relate to both sides of my heritage. This debate focuses on the black side of my mix. When it comes to the “N” Word, ironically I have mixed emotions, no pun intended, but seriously this […]

5 Times When My Mixed Race Mixed Up Other People

If you have a mixed race background like I do, there’s a high probably that at some point in your life you have been mistaken for just one of those races, or a completely different race. Or that someone made an assumption about your race that was totally because of a stereotype. I know this […]

Book Review: For My Family, Love Allie by Ellen B. Senisi

The author’s choice to illustrate the book with photographs instead of fine artwork adds a unique dimension to this book, which tells the story of Allie, a young, elementary school-aged girl who wants to make a gift for her family members that are visiting tomorrow. On the way to making something special, she helps her […]

Cultural Conscious

In a world that is rapidly changing, where the advancements of technology create larger and larger gaps between generations, some things still remain the same. Technology is bridging the gaps between cultures throughout the world, bringing them closer and closer. Yet, our cultural subconscious fights to keep them apart. Culture is defined as the behaviors and […]

Tyler Perry: Using Humor to Address Complex Social Issues

Simple: wanting all people to get along and focus on our similarities instead of our differences. Difficult: getting people to understand why it is so hard for some people to unlearn prejudice. I must give credit to Tyler Perry for using humor to address complicated issues such as racism, prejudice, and sexism. There are so […]

Diversity at the Oscars

It wasn’t too long ago when Halle Berry broke the color barrier and became the first African American to win Best Actress in 2002 for Monster’s Ball. Her speech was emotionally raw and captured such a beautiful moment in history. It’s evident that Halle understood the significance of her win. In her speech she said, […]

A Creative Response to: “So, what are you?”

We came across this powerful video from Becca Khalil and Nayo Jones from a segment in CNN’s “Who is Black in America?” which was hosted by Soledad O’Brien. The question ‘So, what are you?’ when asked about your ethnic background can be a loaded question. For some, ‘what are you?’ can be a complex question […]

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