[Art] Visual Artist Feature: Kwanzaa Edwards

Art, black history, culture

Kwanzaa Edwards is a mixed media painter who currently lives and works in San Antonio, Texas. Her work depicts the female figure in otherworldly realms, presenting them alongside a psychological situation. Her beautiful characters are placed apologetically in their respective universes. These are settings for which the constraints of logic does not exist therefore anything is […]

November 20, 2017

[ Guest Blog] The Demise Of The Black Household [Written By Shandell C.]

Baltimore, black culture, black history, economy, education, Guest Blog

In this day and age, being a single parent is the new “normal.” Marriage has been a declining institution among all Americans and this decline is even more evident within the Black community. In 2014, only 29% of African Americans were married compared to 48% of all Americans. Half or 50% of African Americans have never been married compared to 33% of […]

February 24, 2017

[Heavy's Thoughts] Netflix Original: 13th. As Educational as it is Painful [Written By Brandon Willams]

black culture, black history, current events, entertainment, film

Netflix has just been hitting it out of the park lately; they’ve been producing quality content consistently for the past couple of months and their recent documentary “13th” is just another notch in their belt. This documentary takes a look at the history of the prison system in America and how it has been unfairly targeting […]

October 26, 2016