By Anoa Changa
I Was Smeared By Public Radio For Being A Black Activist Trying To Get My Message Out
In 2018, the most important indicator of power might just be the question of who has a platform. Access to a platform means having your voice heard, something traditionally marginalized people have often struggled with, seeing as those who tend to have access haven’t been too anxious to let us in. We take it where…
What Black People Hear When You Demand That They Denounce Louis Farrakhan
Over the past couple of weeks, a familiar character has been haunting Twitter: Louis Farrakhan, leader of Nation of Islam. A few weeks ago, Farrkhan gave his annual Savior’s Day Address, which was laden with the anti-Semitic comments he is known for. The “powerful Jews are my enemy,” he said, “responsible for all of this…
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