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What Brands Can Learn From Telfar’s Success

Throughout last year’s apocalyptic pandemic, Black creatives persevered while the rest of the fashion world…

Hawai’ian Language: A Case Study in Native and Asian Intersectionality in the U.S.
Hawai’ian Language: A Case Study in Native and Asian Intersectionality in the U.S.

For every community, identity is very closely tied to language. This is especially true for…

10 Black Women In Academics To Watch In 2021
10 Black Women Academics to Watch in 2021

This year has facilitated heightened exposure for Black women academics into the upper echelons of…

The Problem with Lil Mama's "Heterosexual Rights Movement"
What’s Wrong with Lil Mama’s “Heterosexual Rights Movement”

By DoctorJonPaul   It’s always interesting how celebrities are first to turn on the people…

This Woman Is Using Literacy Programs to Fight Racism
This Woman Is Using Literacy Programs to Fight Racism (And Also Queering Weddings)

Like all of us, L.S. Quinn has had to show a lot of flexibility during…

Diverse Holidays Companies Should Acknowledge/Recognize in 2021
Diverse Holidays Companies Should Acknowledge/Recognize in 2021

As we usher in the new year, one of the most important lessons we should…

Black Millennial Travel Through COVID-19
Black Millennial Travel Through COVID-19

The Black travel movement has grown to unprecedented numbers over the last decade. The movement,…

Hanifa: Black-Owned Brand Shaping the Fashion Industry
Hanifa: Black-Owned Brand Shaping the Fashion Industry

Hanifa Clothing is a Black-owned brand launched in 2012 that, by dedicating its designs to…

Decolonizing Hispaniola: Unifying Against Anti-Blackness Together
Decolonizing Hispaniola: Unifying Against Anti-Blackness Together

The title of Hispaniola is reserved for one specific island that is divided in two in more than just geographical scope. On one side, the Dominican Republic and on the other, Haiti. The worlds and lifestyles of these two countries, despite sharing a geographical location, could not be more different and divided.