Jael Davis, DePaul University
It’s easy to get stuck when working on a creative project, but there are many strategies you can use to stay inspired.
The controversial acronym doesn’t quite point to the institutional violence at the heart of modern policing critiqued by BLM.
While the series contains some blindspots regarding race, on the whole, the show skillfully depicts pervasive issues in our society.
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Sure, they’re entertaining on their own, but just incorporating them into your everyday life can encourage mental wellness.
Depending on your mental health, some of the health and exercise apps on the device could foster some damaging habits.
Dr. Joy DeGruy notes that many aspects of Black culture in America have developed from generational trauma due to slavery.
These books can create any world that they want — so why do so many go out of their way to recreate the same problematic assumptions found in the real world?
Why the concept of coming up with your own ‘hustle’ or opening a side business should be reevaluated, particularly within the Black community.
The unexpected benefits of having a doctor that shares a racial or ethnic background could have far-reaching effects — another reason why there should be more minorities in the medical industry.
The brand has been hobbled by decades of scandals, mismanagement and most recently, COVID-19. Is it in a temporary lull, or is its fate sealed?
Not every piece of art necessarily ages well, even over a short span of time. Lin-Manuel Miranda’s play is the perfect example of this.
The movie remains much-loved 15 years after its release, but one scene in particular is becoming popular once again because of its continuing relevance.
The retail giant’s most recent fashion collaboration might signal a shift to more high-fashion styles and more diverse designers.
Don’t let the colorful swimsuits and fruity lotions fool you: Excessive sun or UVA exposure can be a pathway toward racial transgressions.
What’s the purpose of such films and who are they for? They can be done well, but only if they don’t objectify the victims and are balanced by other films that show stories of Black success.
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