Frederick Douglass and Harriet Ross Tubman were both born into slavery around the same time on Maryland’s Eastern Shore and became two of the best-known African Americans of the Civil War era. Continue reading A Letter From Frederick Douglass to Harriet Tubman
by: Don G / @lbdStreetFashion Life appears to build upon itself. Each successive generation faces its own enemies and … Continue reading The Song of Humanity
The music is blaring, the air smells like paint fumes, the bricks are splashed in red and now here comes a cop. Continue reading Washington is fighting graffiti artists — but it loves the graffiti aesthetic
The show was supposed to bring black and white students together. It almost tore them apart. by: Robert … Continue reading Step Show Meant to Unite Students Takes Uncomfortable Turn
Before you come asking Mr. Muhammad does he teach hate, you should ask yourself who taught you to hate being what God made you. Continue reading Who Taught You To Hate Yourself?
The more u lie, the easier it becomes to lie and the more comfortable u become when lying to urself or others. Continue reading The Lie…
Peace is the essence of our existence; it is the freedom to pursue our dream. It’s our ability to express ourselves; it is the opportunity to relate with others understanding, good will and cooperation. Continue reading War Is Hell But Peace Is Priceless: The Aftermath Of War