Donald Trump Isn’t Fit to be President of the Country I Defend

Donald Trump Isn’t Fit to be President of the Country I Defend

by Dr. William A. Cooper

As I watched last night’s presidential debate, I couldn’t help but to become more outraged at the immature behavior of Donald Trump towards Hillary... Read More

Why Michael Jordan’s Letter on Violence Has a Deeper Meaning

Why Michael Jordan’s Letter on Violence Has a Deeper Meaning

by Marcus Lamar

You'd be hard pressed to find a person who hasn't heard of Michael Jordan. Renowned mostly for his on-the-court basketball dominance and off-the-court popular... Read More

Why the Term ‘Dating Down’ is Irrelevant

Why the Term ‘Dating Down’ is Irrelevant

by Lincoln Anthony Blades

Dating Down: to enter into a relationship with someone with a much lower income, less material possessions, or a far lower income-earning potential. On... Read More

Removing the Blindfold: Reimagining Reproductive Futures

Removing the Blindfold: Reimagining Reproductive Futures

by Sevonna Brown

During the height of the Clinton administration's health care reform debate of the mid '90s, a group of Black women coined the term “reproductive... Read More

Even in Therapy, White Privilege Has a Home

Even in Therapy, White Privilege Has a Home

by Terrence Chappell

I started going to therapy because I needed to get out of the clutter of my thoughts and the perceptions of others. Perceptions are... Read More

Being Biracial: Our Identity Should Not Be on Trial

Being Biracial: Our Identity Should Not Be on Trial

by Elizabeth Aguirre

Empire's mid-season finale did not come and go without controversy. The always contentious Charlemagne Tha God went hard on Alicia Keys' character "Skye" during... Read More

WHAT HE SAID: Men Dish on Black Blondes

WHAT HE SAID: Men Dish on Black Blondes

by #teamEBONY

For some, blonde hair on a Black woman is like the unbearable screeching of fingernails across a blackboard. For others, it’s a unique compliment... Read More