All posts tagged in black

  • April 29, 2018By hazzanolalemi

    In light of the recent news regarding Maya Jama’s tweets about “dark-skinned bitches,” a conversation on the culture of “cancelling” problematic celebrities has arisen. The debate is centred around the biases of the Black community. When reacting to the exposure of a celebrity having a bigoted opinion or upholding an ignorant view, the Black Twitter community responds

  • July 8, 2017By Dominique Durden

    I have no affinity for your fragile masculinity. Black men and black women don’t date we just create and hate each other for the rest of our lives. Not too many black wives because we are too strong willed. Not too many black husbands because they leave before they can build, uneven foundations and they

  • June 19, 2017By Maariyah Bhari

    Indonesian fashion designer Anniesa Hasibuan made a political statement at New York Fashion Week by exclusively casting immigrant models for her show. She has included women of minority faiths and women of color. Creating both a bold statment and making history for the New York Fashion Week. she unveiled the fashion world’s first all-hijab collection

  • May 18, 2017By Nmachi Som-Anya

    SoundCloud is the collective baseline where all professional and aspiring spoken word artists, rappers and singers can post their projects for all to see. For artists like UglyGod and Chance The Rapper, it is the stepping stone into their career. To have a platform to post uncensored content is amazing because we get to hear their truth,