By Angela Fraser, CUNY Brooklyn
Lewis, founder of the summer camp Operation Summer Exposure, enables young black men to grow through exploring the great outdoors.
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The debate over which organizations are trustworthy and why we need to lend a helping hand.
End the stress over how, where and when to study. Your sign has all the answers.
Based on the 1954 teleplay ‘Twelve Angry Men,’ the feminist reinterpretation asks critical questions about how much race and gender relations have really changed in the last half-century.
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Contrary to popular belief, majoring in Theatre may actually be what lands you a post-grad job.
Everything you’ve learned about hair health, made simple.
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The books a society reads to its children are packed with its cultural values, and a lot of adults need to re-read them.
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