[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

[Karlito's Korner] Karlito Freeze Interviews Jahfarii Beads


Art, Baltimore Businesses, Baltimore Culture, black culture, Interviews

For this interview, Karl Keels sits down with the bead extraordinaire, Jahfarii. He asks questions, not just about his brand Jahfarii Beads but, also about his personal growth as well. Take a read below and make sure that you visit his website and follow him on Twitter and Instagram, @Jahfariibeads. __________________________________________________________ KK– You just graced the debut cover of […]

October 19, 2016

[Current Events] Civil Rights Activist, Venida Browder, Passes Away Following the Recent Death of Her Son, Kalief Browder [Written By Shae McCoy]


black culture, current events, world news

  On Friday, Civil Rights Activist Venida Browder lost her life. A “broken heart” was the cause of her death. Browder was more than just an activist, she was also the mother of, the late, Kalief Browder whose story shook the world. She advocated for a fairer justice system. At 16 years old, Kalief was […]

October 19, 2016