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Rebranded from So-Called Oreos, Sufficiently Black is a show that explores what it means to be comfortable in your Blackness.
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Winter sucks. And feeling lonely in the winter sucks even more. This is why in society it is common to want to have a relationship for the winter. You want to have a fun summer and lock someone down before the colder months. You want a cuddle buddy and…


ABC’s black-ish episode about colorism — NBC News

As a lighter skinned Black person, I didn’t understand the impact of colorism until I left my small town and graduated college. I am the lightest person in my family and had always appreciated my family of a darker tone. I had grown up around confident Black people and never…


Through celebrations like Juneteenth and documentaries like ‘High on the Hog’ it is now easier for us to know the impact of our food in this country.

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“Looking at your food is looking at your heritage,” says Jordan Wimby, the creator of The Melanin Martha. The platform’s goal is…


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In this episode, the Oreos discuss their different experiences with dating other races and being hit on by guys outside of their race. Out of all of the hosts, Kia explains how she has the most experience dating outside the black community including her 3-year relationship with a man…


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Is being told you are “pretty for a Black girl” almost like a right of passage? It is another backhanded compliment that I am not sure white people understand. It’s almost like they find ways to trigger you even when they want to be nice.

Why can’t Black women…


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Growing up in a predominately white school I remember kids telling me that I “sounded white” and that I didn’t talk “Black” so that made me less Black. I’m not sure if they thought “sounding white” was a compliment. But at a young age, what do you say when…


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Luckily for Black Women, we can continue our celebrations after Black History Month into March for Women’s History Month. How did this month come to be?

Up until the 1970s, Women’s History was virtually an unknown topic in the K-12 education or in the general public. To change this…


Big Mouth’s Code Switch episode (Netflix)

In a world filled with stereotypes, you can find yourself often times wondering if you fit in certain spaces. Some of us might feel like we are “too Black” in all white spaces or not “Black enough” being in those spaces. On the other hand, we might feel like…


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After the protests and conversations around George Floyd, there was much talk about supporting Black-owned businesses as a way to help the Black community going forward. So we decided to use our platform to highlight four Black female business owners and discuss what inspired them to start their company…


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What is a nice guy? Is that a guy who is genuinely nice? Or is it a sarcastic way of describing the guy who thinks he deserves woman because he does the bare minimum of being nice? One Urban Dictionary definition is: a Nice Guy refers to people (men…

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