About the Blogger
I am a nineteen year old university student pursuing my B.A. in Public Policy and Public Service with a minor in Journalism at Hofstra University in Long Island, NY. I am a well-seasoned civil rights activist, public orator, freelance writer for The Standard Times, contributing writer for Affinity Magazine and Women’s Republic, and the founder and director of my own non-profit organization Concerned Students United Inc.
The Future Is Black & Brown. Gender Is A Social Construct. The Fall Of Capitalism Will Be Swift And Without Mercy.
A Student Without Fear – My Black Matters (Oct 2015)
I Don’t Hate Taylor Swift I Hate Her Feminism – Affinity Magazine (May 2016)
Why Are Black Women So Damn Angry? – My Black Matters (June 2016)
White Women’s Love Affair With Melania & Ivanka – Affinity Magazine (May 2017)
White Supremacy Shouldn’t Be Allowed At Pride And I’m Done Explaining Why – Affinity Magazine – Affinity Magazine (June 2017)
Black America Does Not Want Ice Cream. We Want Justice. – Affinity Magazine (June 2017)
I Burnt Out Because We Keep Pretending Black Activists Are Made Of Steel – Affinity Magazine (June 2017)
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