Editor’s Note: The following story includes spoilers about “Squid Game.” If you want to experience all the twists and turns in the series, read this after you finish binging! “Squid Game,” a South-Korean nine-episode limited series, currently tops Netflix charts at number one. This Korean drama is set in one of many marginalized areas in…Read on
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In the wake of the global issues of police brutality and ongoing racial discrimination among African Americans, should African American athletes consider attending Historically Black Colleges and Universities [HBCUs] over opportunities at Predominantly White Institutions [PWIs]? This topic has sparked ongoing conversation, thanks to a viral tweet shared by San Ysidro High School’s Mikey Williams,…Read on
"I find it very ironic that Billie, an artist clearly inspired by rap culture, can so easily criticize rap music for “lying” when she herself brags about seducing other people’s dads and killing her friends." Read on
VOXCLUSIVE Interview: Brylan Kerr of Studio No. 37
VOX ATL’s Vanessa Garcia sat down with the Creator/CEO Brylan Kerr of Studio No. 37, on the heels of their next big show to discuss the culture and the future behind this phenomenon.
Being a black girl in the current state of this country is already hard. It becomes even harder when you find yourself attending a school where more than 75% of the student body looks nothing like you. The shock of a new school experience, mixed with feeling that you don’t belong there can be heavy.…Read on
Most people don’t see themselves as a racist but maybe instead as individuals who view people through society’s eyes. Of course, most are unaware of it, but it relentlessly co-exists with them. Read on