We Afro-Brazilians, moved by a yearning for belonging, are taking the lead and creating initiatives in various areas of activity.
(Photo Credit: Ron Specs) I remember going (to the festival) and some rap-reggae-rock band was performing and they did a
After Taking Aim At Black Lives Matter, Beyonce And Beyond, Does M.I.A. Deserve Attention Of Black Fans?
Black allies and fans who have enjoyed her brand of conscious alternative hip-hop music since her "Becky Done Gun and "Paper Planes" days have to confront the ethics of supporting a fellow person of color who has lately proven she isn't as down with the cause as her social justice-infused oeuvre suggests.
Come to Brooklyn and get you an #AfroPunkBae
President Obama might insist that he brought a lot more to the table as an African-American US president with undeniable
Some volunteer projects included promoting more bicycle use in Atlanta, uplifting women's voices in Georgia politics and supporting the LGBT movement.
No Sexism. No Racism. No Ableism. No Ageism. No Homophobia. No Fatphobia. No Transphobia. No Hatefulness. Basically, no divide among people caused by ANY prejudice beliefs!
"It takes a lot of inner strength to walk around in black skin."
"It’s an alternative view on our culture and music and things that are important to us."