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Search & Fact-Checking
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Poem: I Used To Have A Sister… Happy Heavenly Birthday Sandra Bland
The have the Jersey-southern swag of Jazzo meeting the visual work of the DMV’s hottest sculptor right now to honor our sister #SandraBland and the many other black women that are victims of state-sanctioned violence in America and around the world.
Black Folks Making Things
Check out the podcasts, books, TV shows, movies, and specials that have us thinking, laughing, smiling, and reimagining life.
Podcast - Never Heard Of It
Atlanta, GA - KD and Fiya Angelou are the modern day Kim and Cookie. Music, culture, relationships, and adulting...Join them as they talk cash sh*t like only your animal print wearing, twenty seven piece having, line dancing aunties could! Grab a red cup, fire up the hookah, light a blunt, rest yo’ weary bones, and enjoy the ride.
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