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What It’s Like to be Black in War-Torn Ukraine
By Irene Monroe
March 18, 2022
Black mothers, many of whom have lived in […]
Why the normalization of antisemitism is not just a crisis for Jews
Century later, reparations would begin a healing from Oklahoma’s horrific Tulsa Race Massacre
Ruins after Oklahoma’s Tulsa Race Massacre in June 1921. (Photo: Library of […]
Pastor Donnie McClurkin’s struggle with sexuality mirrors the Black Church’s / LGBTQ Nation
By Irene Monroe, April 16, 2021
In a recent episode of TV One’s […]
The Atlanta Shootings Were A Hate Crime. We Must Say So.
Activists participate in a vigil in response to the Atlanta spa shootings […]
Pope Francis Flip-Flops On LGBTQ Church Inclusion — Again
Pope Francis celebrates Mass at the Vatican in a Feb. 24, 2019, […]