The Importance of Black History

It’s not an understatement to describe the past year’s events as historical, and particularly for Black Americans. The nation elected its first Black vice president, a woman, and a historically Black university graduate, and Georgia sends its first Black senator to the Capitol. (Both of these realities were possible through the tireless organizing efforts of […]

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Free Albert Wilson

Wilson, now 24, was sentenced to more than 12 years in prison on April 3, 2019, after a jury found him guilty of raping a then-17-year-old girl he met at a bar near the University of Kansas campus but didn’t have sex with the victim. Albert Wilson has maintained his innocence throughout the very complicated […]

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How to Actively Practice Radical Self-Acceptance

Radical self-acceptance – what is it? Self-acceptance is the embracing of our own individual qualities and attributes. Yes, you may not like the fact that you are not as tall as you would like to be or can’t read a book as fast as your friends, but self-acceptance means you accept these aspects about yourself and, […]

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