This video by Because of Them We Can is a must see of facts and cuteness. What a way to kick off Black History Month!
He sat silently in the dark with his legs crossed and his thoughts a million miles away. His cigarette smoke did a solo until in joined the rest in the cloud slightly above him. His ambience of choice. The light from the afternoon sun coming through a small window was my guide. He asked me to do something... Continue Reading →
Someone somewhere once wrote, "she never looked nice. She looked like art, and art wasn't supposed to look nice; it was supposed to make you feel something."* UK photographer Dazhane Leah definitely accomplished that with her project: Afro Bloomin'. “I see beauty in natural hair and I see beauty in flowers – together I think they go... Continue Reading →
The ability to find balance in a cold world that objectifies and denies you can be a daunting task. You need that fire to defy the cold. You need that heat to keep your body mobile. You need that light to navigate when the darkness gets too thick. You need that glow that radiates from... Continue Reading →
It's been 19 years since his demise, yet Tupac Shakur's influence can still be seen and heard today. This infographic looks at lyrics from his album, The Don Killuminati: 7 Day Theory (released under the alias Makaveli) and political theorist Niccolo Machiavelli and excerpts from his most famous work, The Prince. “Life Goes On” (Intro) The Prince (Il... Continue Reading →