Comment of the Day: ‘People hang onto privilege because they don’t love themselves’

We don’t live in Blackland or Whiteland.

Is Bleach the New Black?

What’s with the new trend of changing your skin color?

Muhammed Ali and Me

Gary Govanus never officially met the Champ, but his encounters from afar left an impression on him.

Black Dogs, White Dogs

One: Scooby Doo was trying to tell us something when every time the monster mask got snatched off it was a greedy white dude.

Reckonings: Mark Whitacre

Reckonings episode #2 Mark Whitacre: White-collar criminal turned whistleblower

Reckonings: Brock McIntosh

Reckonings episode #7 features Afghanistan war veteran and conscientious objector Brock McIntosh.

Reckonings: Glenn Loury, Pt. 2

Reckonings episode #5 Pt. 2 continues with Glenn Loury in a story laced with drugs, sex, politics, and religion.

Reckonings: Glenn Loury Pt. 1

Reckonings episode #5 dives into the conscience of prominent black intellectual and economist Glenn Loury.

‘Beware of Your Skin’

The hardships of racism.

In Depth Interview with ‘BLACK’ Graphic Novel Creators!

 ‘BLACK’ creative team share their reactions, next steps and valuable insights into the comic book industry from the inside! — Timed to Black History Month, the highly anticipated ‘BLACK‘ graphic novel shattered it’s $30,000 Kickstarter goal in four days. The project is lead by a creative dream team. Written by Kwanza Osajyefo former DC Comics […]

What Will the Historians Say About Obama’s Legacy?

President Obama will clearly hold a place in the history books. But what will be the verdict on his legacy?

Racism is Real

Brave New Films put together this comparison of how blacks and whites are treated differently. What do you think?

BLACK by Kwanza Osajyefo: A KICKSTARTER CAMPAIGN

“In a world that already fears and hates them – what if only Black people had superpowers?”

How Has Martin Luther King, Jr. Inspired You?

A man asked his friends this simple question on social media and the responses are both eye-opening and heartwarming.

Black People, Sexuality, and Myths of Homophobia

The fact of the matter is simple. Stereotypes and labels are not innocuous. They are far from harmless. Not as long as they have the power to color perceptions, invoke slurs, incite brutality and compromise one’s safety.