Suppressed Deity & Young Loud Proud’s presents: Sick, Lit & LOUD

"We have been on a journey from the age of 7, creating our own stories and characters. Being underrepresented as young girls of color, we began designing our own worlds where we were able to exist freely. Presently, we are still creating platforms for disenfranchised groups, proclaiming self-acceptance. Our most recent project, Sick & Lit, is an... Continue Reading →

“Good Girl” #SpeakUp

(An ode to good girls) You think you’re a good girl Good girl, who do you think you are? You walk around smiling, always happy, you won’t get too far See this is the “real world” niggas will eat you alive You can’t stand tall before shrinking down to my size You think you’re a... Continue Reading →

12 pieces of literature from #AngelaDavis that you must get your hands on

"The civil rights movement demanded access, and access has been granted to some. The challenge of the twenty-first century is not to demand equal opportunity to participate in the machinery of oppression. Rather, it is to identify and dismantle those structures in which racism continues to be embedded. This is the only way the promise... Continue Reading →

Nomzamo Winifred Zanyiwe Madikizela

Nomzamo Winifred Zanyiwe Madikizela also know as Winnie Mandela  spent over two decades fighting a racist government on behalf of the people of South Africa. Between 1962-1985 Winnie Mandela only accounted for 10 months of "freedom." Winnie fought racism and apartheid by remaining an unrelenting, courageous advocate for freedom. During Winnie's Political development and advocacy... Continue Reading →

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