January 2017

Blog Archive

Wed, 25.01.2017

You Can Be Anything You Want (But what does the black community need)?, by B. Mchie

Whether coming from a successful black person, a role model, parent or mentor we often hear the phrase, “I tell my children that they can be anything they want to be.” African Americans work hard, yet nearing 60 years after the 20th century civil rights movement, our level of representation in many occupations lags severely […]

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Poetry Corner

What happens when an old black man, Toothless and raggedy, Walks into a bank, catches Some young, white, middle-manager's ear With a slurred tale of coins Hoarded from his wife and kids (Who would only... THRIFT by Cornelius Eady
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