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“You should not have to ask for largesse from the Internet not to drown.”
This week, Dahlia and Amy get into the recent campus conflict when white students with hurt feelings thought it’d be a good idea to burn books written by a visiting author.
When celebrities want to apologize, their fans deserve more than a half-hearted screenshot from their Notes app.
The dollhouses of today are not, then, miniature playgrounds that train girls to believe their future paths go no further than their front door.
California’s blackouts were dangerous—and they’re going to happen again.
At times, she seemed too good to be true. And now we know she was: @EmoBlackThot was not our dark-skinned digital big sister; in fact, she wasn’t a sister at all.
The urge to superimpose the cultural context of today on the difficult truths of the past risks erasing them.
“The hours in which we work, rest, and socialize are becoming ever more desynchronized.”
The fat, Black, Muslim, blogger speaks truth to power on her Instagram account, in her new book, and in this raw, honest interview.
There’s a specter in our midst, and it’s white people’s projection of their own guilt and fear onto the Black search for justice.
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