Patrice Peck

Patrice Peck is a writer and journalist whose work explores the intersection of race, culture, and identity. Her work lives at www.patricepeck.com.

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Spelman Leadership Conference Honors Nicole Ari Parker and Judy Smith

Leaning forward, Melody Curry ransacked her oversized purse. Her nametag from the Ninth Annual Spelman College Women of…

Afropolitan Author Talks Fractured Family Ties in ‘Ghana Must Go’

It takes a gifted writer to illustrate the intangible. In her new debut novel Ghana…

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[INTERVIEW] JasFly Reveals the Key to Surviving the Freelance Hustle

Nestled in the far-right corner of her publicist’s couch, JasFly is ready. Caramel highlights and…

Nomadness Tribe Continues Legacy of Black Travelers Via Social Media

Four months from now, 11 year-old Alexis Woolfolk will have arrived in Paris, France for…

Musical Duo THEESatisfaction Makes Their Mark

“Bring yourself,” croon THEESatisfaction’s Catherine Harris-White and Stasia Irons on their 2012 hit single “QueenS.”…

Activist Tanya Fields on Race, Class and the Food Justice Movement

After being disinvited from TEDx, Bronx resident Tanya Fields creates her own local food movement…

Bibi McGill:Woman on Fire

A dazzling flurry of sparks emerged as guitarist Bibi McGill stood toe-to-toe with Beyonce, shredding…

Black Web Series:Going Boldly Where TV Won’t

With awards season soon drawing to a close, gold plated statuettes have been doled out…

‘Newlyweeds’ Director Shaka King Explores Modern Love and Mary Jane

In his first feature length film, Newlyweeds, director Shaka King explores a love triangle between…

7 Young Black Writers You Should Know

As Benjamin Franklin once said, “Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing.”…