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Blog Archive

Tue, 19.10.2021

My Childhood Memory Of Racism In Brazil, Juliana Ramos

Juliana Ramos is an Afro Brazilian public policy advocate. In this segment, she shares an uncomfortable racial episode in a shopping mall

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Tue, 03.08.2021

Career Aspirations, Advice to Deaf Students, and Learning Activities, Aubrey

Aubrey is a Middle School deaf student. In this segment, she shares what career she wants, her favorite activities, and advice to deaf youth to grow while in school

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Wed, 02.06.2021

Seinabo Sey, Singer born

*Seinabo Sey was born on this date in 1990. She is an Afro Swedish singer. Seinabo Sey was born in Södermalm, Stockholm. She is of both Swedish and Gambian ancestry. She moved to Halmstad, Sweden, at the age of eight, and attended Östergårdsskolans music program for musically gifted teenagers. Sey was inspired musically by artists such as Alicia […]

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Wed, 02.06.2021

Amie Bramme Sey, Media Journalist born

*Amie Bramme Sey was born on this date in 1987. She is an Afro Swedish multi-media host and programmer. Ami-Miriam “Amie” Bramme Sey was born in Stockholm and grew up on Södermalm as the daughter of Maudo Sey and sister of the singers Seinabo Sey (half-sister) and Fatima Bramme Sey. She has studied at Södertörn […]

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Sat, 10.04.2021

Career Aspirations as an Adult and Why, Rocky

Rocky, is a Middle School blind student with a precise opinion about life. In this segment, he shares what he wants as a career and why

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Fri, 22.01.2021

Amanda Gorman, Poet born

*Amanda Gorman was born on this date in 1998.  She is a Black poet and activist. Amanda S. C. Gorman was born in Los Angeles, California, in 1998 and was raised by her mother, Joan Wicks, a teacher with her two siblings. She has a twin sister, Gabrielle, who is a filmmaker. Gorman has said she grew […]

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Wed, 12.06.2019

The N-word in Brazil (A Viewpoint), Juliana Ramos

Juliana Ramos is an Afro Brazilian public policy advocate. In this segment, she shares her views on Brazil’s cultural use and interpretation of the “N” word

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Fri, 25.01.2019

Brazil’s Five Official Census Color Classifications Explained, Juliana Ramos

Juliana Ramos is an Afro Brazilian public policy advocate. In this segment, she shares her views on Brazil’s 5 census color classifications and where the Afro Brazilian intersectionality occurs and does not

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Tue, 04.09.2018

The Latino American Connection With African America (a viewpoint), Steve Asencio

Steve Asencio is a teacher, and education advocate. In this segment, he shares some of his views on the latino american connection with african america through oppression

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Tue, 31.07.2018

My Generation Gap Story And A Personal Memory, Cristina Doan

Cristina Doan is a former UC Berkley graduate and activist. In this segment, she shares a personal memory and her views on the generation gap in Vietnamese America and African America

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New Poem Each Day

Poetry Corner

They shall go down unto life’s Borderland, Walk unafraid within that Living Hell, Nor heed the driving rain of shot and shell That round them falls; but with uplifted hand Be one with... SONNET TO NEGRO SOLDIERS by Joseph Seaman Cotter Jr.
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