All posts tagged in youth

  • December 7, 2018By Madyson Fitzgerald

    It’s scary to think that a race that once tried to get rid of another’s culture is now taking that culture as their own. All over social media, the insulting trend of “blackfishing” is taking its toll. The term was first coined after social media users were exposed as being black or taking on features

  • 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 21, 2017By Ariel Zedric

    Spoken word is a word-based performance art that focuses on voice inflection along with diction. Recently, there has been a large push for spoken word poetry with YouTube channels like  Button Poetry and a plethora of other recorded performances. Due to the fact the audience can hear the emotion in the presenter’s voice, spoken word is extremely

  • April 21, 2017By Sarah Kearns

    Samera Paz is breaking boundaries in each and every way. From creating art out of menstrual blood to founding an organization for female empowerment, Paz has shown how young individuals can make a difference on both a local and global level. The 22-year-old activist sat down with Affinity to give insight into how she is

  • April 1, 2017By Kelly Chen

    Look out next week for some highly anticipated music releases! Keep “On the Beat” on Friday, April 7th. Cold War Kids- L.A. Divine In nearly three years, Cold War Kids have announced L.A. Divine to hit the indie crowd 11 years after the release of Up in Rags/ With Our Wallets Full and their major