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The second coming has always been about Christendom, but what does it really mean? Afrofuturism is a key component. When black folks begin to think in first world terms, though it may seem like a return to the past, it’s the way of the Universe, it’s the recycling, not of repeated patterns, but a energy
For Black men, being tall increases threat stereotyping and police stops Young Black men are stereotyped as threatening, which can have grave consequences for interactions with police. We show that these threat stereotypes are even greater for tall Black men, who face greater discrimination from police officers and elicit stronger judgments of threat. We challenge
Black Lives Won’t Matter, Until Black Life Matters Wikipedia: Bias Bias is a disproportionate weight in favor of or against an idea or thing, usually in a way that is closed-minded, prejudicial, or unfair. Biases can be innate or learned. People may develop biases for or against an individual, a group, or a belief system.
Authors Dr. Walter Milton Jr. and Dr. Joel Freeman creates an incredible journey for all people’s of the world, on the behalf of Black History! SDMNEWS Publisher met Dr. Joel Freeman through his Freeman’s Institute about 10 years ago. Cheryl says I just called him one day because I was impressed by his incredible pictures
“Leadership is not being the person in the front, but being the front person.” What this means in terms of power, you can be the leader but you may not necessarily be the most influential. Todays young leaders have got to know when he or she is in the midst of true influence, that’s who
A Catalyst for Change, that’s who! Kandace Crystal (she/her) is an Actor, Director, Producer, & Florida State alum from Miami, FL. As Artistic Director of American History Theatre and Associate Artistic Director of Trinity Theatre Company, Kandace implemented an online discussion series examining historical American events on the mental health of marginalized communities. With Trinity,
Negro League Baseball and Black College (now known as HBCU) sports would have been totally omitted from American sports history had it not been for journalists of color and minority publications. Outlets such as the Amsterdam News, Afro American, Atlanta Daily World, Pittsburgh Courier, and Jet Magazine made legends athletes who were afterthoughts in mainstream
San Diego Guardian’s power-forward Iso Kane, visits Rady’s patient Anthony Nunez and his brother Joseph Nunez upon Anthony’s return home. After 11 surgeries in 13 years, Anthony was ready for some hoop downtime. Anthony’s love for basketball was energized with a wonderful hoop visit by Iso Kane who wanted to show off his moves but
Ghanaian Michael Brako, has carved his vision in Commerce, Capitalism and Culture DID YOU KNOW…THE FIST AFRO COMB WAS NEVER MANUFACTURED OR COMMERCIALIZED BY BLACK PEOPLE? COVID-19 hit, and creative designer Michael Brako met Cheryl Morrow. This is a tale of a family from Ghana, migrating to America and ending up in the town of