February 15, 2019

I Promise That I Am Not Scary

Nuance. What a fun word. It is impossible to talk about anything in the realm of social justice without understanding who you are as a facilitator of the discussion, and with whom you are speaking.

February 14, 2019

Blacken History 

There’s a madness that occurs from having to constantly adjust to an ever-vacillating barometer of acceptance in society as someone in a Black body. When I walk in front of an audience and see other Black men in the audience, there’s an instant connection due to this specific shared social reality.

February 13, 2019

To Be or Not to Be Inclusive: A Contemplation on Black Representation

“Inclusion” denotes that there is an inherent in-group, a default group, opening their doors to those that are viewed as marginalized while  “Intersection” denotes an overlapping, that various groups of folks from varying backgrounds meet on neutral ground to take a stance on a common goal.

February 12, 2019

Watch Your Mouth!

Language not only can be offensive but it can be harmful to society and help perpetuate sexual violence.

February 11, 2019

Racism Is Happening, I think

When it comes to Black History and Interpersonal Violence, black people have been on the receiving end of that violence. However, people were taught to believe that black people have been on the giving end of that violence.

February 04, 2019

5 Black Trailblazer Women You Need To Know

These are some of the women who laid the foundation for our Civil Rights Movement leaders. 

February 01, 2019

Infographic: Healthy Relationships

February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month so we created this short infographic to remind us what respect looks like in a healthy relationship.

January 19, 2019

TV Series 'YOU' Explores the Realities of Stalking

Stalking is a real and serious crime. 85% of victims of stalking are stalked by someone they know and Netflix new show "YOU" gives the perfect example of what stalking cases can be like.

January 17, 2019

Gillette Controversy - Should Brands Take A Stance?

Brands may have more power to create social change than we think. Does creating controversy by addressing social issues help them or hurt them?