The company behind Essence magazine just announced their partnership with Queen Latifah to fund an initiative that supports creatives of color.
My name is Senam and it means “God’s gift”. I take great pride in my name because it is an emblem of my Ghanaian heritage.
Sometimes as black people our individual experiences tend to be similar to each other.
As summer comes to an end, the incoming season is bound to bring many new and exciting changes (and not just with the leaves).
Every summer before moving back on campus I make a list of things I want to accomplish that year, and every year “getting more involved on campus” is at the top of that list.
It is no secret that colorism exists. It is very prominent within our society whether it be television or social media.
In the years following a tragic world event, be it a natural disaster, or the unfortunately common mass shooting, we look back and remember where we were, and what we were doing upon hearing the news.
The Black Experience can be described as a common understanding shared amongst Black people of all nations and origins. It is diverse in its cultural tenets and cannot be characterized by a single journey.
For all of my ‘Insecure’ fans we have a lot to look forward to in the new season. Issa and Daniel living together, Molly’s situationship with Dro and of course the fire soundtrack.
On June 7th I was invited to attend my old dance schools’ end of the year showcase and let me just say that I left that space feeling so grateful to have been in the room.