A One Hit Wonder vs. A Legend
by Oluwajoba Ogun | Aug 30, 2019
From their great service to their delicious and healthy tasting food, Chick-fil-a has been the one to beat — especially with their chicken sandwiches. But it looks like a challenge is underway as a well known fried chicken franchise has come out with their own spicy chicken sandwich.
Reparations should not be our Litmus Test
by Kevin Moye | Apr 17, 2019
One of the most surprising features of this election cycle thus far has been the unexpected amount of interest in the reparation platform for candidates running in the Democratic primary. Popularized by many members of the black media like Ta-Nehisi Coates and “The Breakfast Club”, reparations have become a hot-button issue that just about every candidate in the race has opined on. While I do wish that more politicians would get behind the idea of reparations as a means to remedy the damage caused by 200 years of chattel slavery, I do not think that reparations should be the hill that progressives die on.
Bernie Sanders Continues to Be the Answer
by Kevin Moye | Mar 21, 2019
The 2020 election cycle is starting to pick up speed and with it comes the revealing of the Democratic Party’s talent pool. This pool of potential candidates is already shaping up to be the most diverse in the history of our country. The field contains more women and people of color than ever before, some with intersecting identities that make the group even more historic. While I am highly impressed by the diversity of the field this year, I have become increasingly disappointed by the narrative surrounding one candidate in particular: Bernie Sanders. A surface-level look at Sanders would lead one to believe that he is the prototypical old, white male candidate, but his underlying policy plans prove that this cannot be farther from the truth.
Q&A with Symone Sanders
by Brandon Loyd | Jan 31, 2019
Nubian Message sat with Symone Sanders, the 2019 MLK Commemoration speaker, to talk politics, her path to success and what it means to be an effective politician.
Media Outlets Perpetuate Negative Stereotypes About Women in Politics
by Amber Doyle | Jan 31, 2019
Amber Doyle | Correspondent The 2020 presidential election is rumored to become the most diverse...
Race-Based Politics are Back in Vogue
by Kevin Moye | Nov 29, 2018
Two years after the disastrous 2016 elections, America at-large is still reeling from the effects of that election. The far-right, prejudiced politics have eschewed in a familiar type of politicking across the country. It is the politics of overt racism that we have not quite seen since the 1960s.
Practicing Self-Care with Problematic Family Members
by Yesenia Jones | Nov 28, 2018
Winter break comes with its perks. It’s the holiday season, it’s an extended break and if you celebrate Christmas, then it’s a time to give and receive gifts. One of the cons of winter break and the holiday season is that you are forced to spend time with your problematic uncles, aunties and cousins as your family comes together for this joyous time of year.
Shawn’s Soapbox: Why It’s Important for Black People to Vote
by Shawn Fredericks | Oct 11, 2018
Shawn Fredericks | Staff Writer October 12 is a special day—not because of sports or entertainment...