Fahim Jabar Minkah Fund

August 1, 2023 // 0 Comments

“There is a disconnect between how entertainment culture portrays the Panthers and their fight to win political, social and economic self-determination and power for the [...]

Black Mandate

October 15, 2021 // 0 Comments

Since the arrival of Black people in this country, there has been an agenda and a mandate to repress Black voices. The American government works tirelessly to stop Black [...]

Black and Brown Consent

June 24, 2021 // 0 Comments

Consent in Afro-Caribbean Spaces and Beyond Imagining Culturally Competent Consent It’s summer in the city, everyone’s wearing less and going out more, and event flyers [...]

They Institutions Vs. Ours

June 22, 2021 // 0 Comments

In one of their tracks, titled They Schools, M-1 and Stic Man, a.k.a the rap duo, Dead Prez, rapped about the horrors of the U.S. school system. In this song, Stic Man [...]

January 6th

March 5, 2021 // 0 Comments

On June 1st, 2020, in the wake of the country’s outrage about the murder of Breonna Taylor, Ahmed Arbery, and George Floyd, I was arrested during at a Black Lives Matter [...]

Atlanta is Cap

November 28, 2020 // 0 Comments

Atlanta, the home of trap music, Fortune 500 companies, wealthy Black socialites, and entrepreneurs. The city has been termed the “Black Mecca” and the [...]