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Quick, Cry Foul! They’re on the Come Up! – Confronting the Myth of Black Privilege

BY: TARA JACKSON Beyoncé’s Super Bowl celebration of ‘blackness’ put a dent in the hopes of some that Game Day would “be a time to escape all of the nonsense.” [1] Upon discovering that the cast of The Wiz Live was all black, many cried ‘reverse-racism.’ [2] How dare they start #BlackLivesMatter? All Lives Matter! Regardless […]

The New Identity Theft: Cultural Appropriation and Redefining Identity in America

BY: CELESTE MCCAW  “Overall, my life has been one of survival, and the decisions that I have made along the way, including my identification, have been to survive…”[1] Transaged. Transgendered. Transabled. Transracial. In today’s society, we can just about go anywhere, do anything, and be anyone. Old. Young. Man. Woman. Blind. Deaf. Black. White. Identities […]