This movie, one with fictional characters and made up neighborhoods, is real. We have all heard of stories like this. We’ve seen them on the news and we’ve seen it for ourselves.
Through an absurdist lens, the series uses irony, self-deprecation, brutal honesty and humor to highlight issues that still plague today’s”post-racial” society.
According to experts, biracial couples have a one in 500 chance of having a set of black and white twins.
There are many notable artists with albinism. Salif Keïta happens to be my personal favorite. I discovered his music in the 1990’s. His music combines the rhythms of West Africa, Europe and the Americas.
In honor of International Women’s Month, ARISE 2.0 celebrates Amani Al-Khatahtbeh a 24-year-old author, blogger, feminist who is Muslim. Amani … More
In this combined issue we pay homage to both Black History Month in February and International Woman’s Day in March.
Editor-in-Chief’s note: According to Theatre Mania, MCC Theatre will stage a production of Charm and will be holding casting calls.
But, when we connect with our true self, we discover that we don’t need to change our name, we simply need to teach the world how to “say our name.”