The Sexist Flap Over WAP After three months of consuming a healthy rotation of quasi-apocalyptic news podcasts, the first half of Public Enemy’s discography, and Rage Against the Machine’s Battle of Los Angeles, I broke the cycle with a summer jam that everyone (over the age of 18) can enjoy: Cardi B and Megan TheeContinue reading “The Sexist Flap Over WAP by Chris Thompson”
At a time where slaves were only thought of as mere property instead of intelligent and well-rounded human beings, an educated African-American woman in her mid-twenties used these deep-seeded stereotypes to her advantage to relay Confederate secrets to Union intelligence and sympathizers in the hopes of granting freedom for all.
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We are pleased to spotlight our December Artist of the Month Allison McDonald About Allison McDonald Allison McDonald is a 23 year old photographer from Rochester, NY. She recently graduated from SUNY Brockport with a degree in Studio Art and concentration in photography. She plans on going to graduate school for Art Therapy in the nearContinue reading “December Artist of the Month Spotlight | Allison McDonald”
We are pleased to feature Carly Wise-Levick in our latest Community Educator Spotlight About Carly Carly Wise-Levick is a money saving guru, blogger, & entrepreneur, who has almost two decades of experience saving money. She has taught classes for colleges, nonprofits and community groups, teaching people how to save money. A true couponing queen,Continue reading “Community Educator Spotlight | Carly Wise-Levick”