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International Men’s Day: Men Against Stereotypes

By Lauren Jurgemeyer Blog Content Contributor International Men’s Day was created in the 1990s as a day meant to celebrate and raise awareness for issues that directly affect the male population. The holiday is held annually on Nov. 19 and is celebrated in over 70 countries. Although the event wasn’t officially established until 1999, talk of creating the holiday dates back into the 1960s. For years men have been subjected […]

todayNovember 19, 2018 2

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Light Skin vs. Dark Skin: Why is This Still a Thing?

By Jenise Jackson Blog Content Contributor To me, Black History Month is an exceptional reminder of black excellence. The black community coming together to celebrate each other is a wonderful thing. Yet, with the celebration I feel like it is a prime time to bring up an issue that still unfortunately lies within the community, especially among black females. That issue is colorism. As a female who has a darker […]

todayFebruary 26, 2018 12 2

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Let’s Talk About Stereotypes

By Brittney Hemmands Blog Content Contributor When looking at the world, it is easy to see how diverse we are. There are different races, cultures, languages, and so much more that makes all of us different. With all these differences, it is hard to relate to or understand people that are nothing like us. Sometimes we will hang out with people that have similar backgrounds to avoid culture clash and […]

todayDecember 1, 2017

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Give Them a Chance

By DeMornay Harper Blog Content Contributor People fear traditionally aggressive pets, and with good reason. With instincts so primal, it is hard for our humanized minds to understand them, or even have the desire to do so. However, giving these misunderstood creatures a chance is so worthwhile. I used to have the same mindset as everyone else. I thought pets that seemed threatening probably were, and that I should act […]

todayNovember 28, 2017 4

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The Adultification of Black Girls

By Jenise Jackson Blog Content Contributor I believe many of us can find ourselves ticked off by certain things we come across on the internet. Thanks to social media, I have found a new annoyance to add onto my long list of grievances. Last month, New York Daily News posted an article that discussed research that states adults views young black girls as less innocent than young white girls. Oh […]

todayNovember 15, 2017 4 3

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Tattoos: Don’t Judge a Book By Its Cover

By Alexandra Cochran Blog Content Contributor  Ever look around and notice that most people might seem like they have tattoos rather than none? That’s because nice, ethical people have tattoos too. The people who are giving and receiving tattoos generally believe it’s a form of art. So why does society and corporate America continue to stifle this form of self-expression? Now that spring and summer is upon us, more people […]

todayMarch 26, 2017 3

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Male Misconceptions – Debunked!

By Kimberly Garcia Blog Content Contributor There are many misconceptions about men. Just walking around, you might hear conversations that refer to men as all being the same. Apparently, they are always messy, they never want to stop to ask questions or they never talk about their emotions. Well, like any group of people, there are a spectrum of men and they disagree with the stereotypes that surround them. Many […]

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