Is it just me, or is the constant drum beat of social media starting to make us loopy?
I can’t keep rolling my eyes at today’s headlines; it’s starting to hurt
31 signs you’re a native Charlottean: black edition
A list published last week by CharlotteFive.com didn’t ring true with some of Charlotte’s black natives, so one decided to compile a list of her own.
The optics of critiquing Ava Duvernay
In these polarized times, can men offer an honest critique of Duvernay’s directing skills without coming across as sexist?
You don’t get to use me: This black girl is tired of doing the heavy lifting
I have a whole list of Regular Black Girl Problems, and you want me to come to a meeting and try to make you legit?
Black women are too busy saving America to make friends.
Black women are going to do their own thing, regardless of what the rest of the world is doing. They have been going it alone for a while now.
Wow! What a week
Stacey Dash will run for Congress. Johnny C. Taylor, formerly of Charlotte, is Trump’s top advisor on HBCUs. And despite the financial success of “Black Panther,” leading roles remain scarce for black actors.
ANSWER Scholarship is helping local mothers attend college
The nonprofit also assists with mentoring and career guidance.
Stop blaming ‘the media’ for how the CIAA gets covered
Through no fault of its own, the tournament has been marred by isolated violence, but don’t expect news organizations to look the other way.
Reading is good for the soul — and fundamental to life success, however you define it
Indulge your passion with these Black History Month book lists and help a child in your life learn to love reading and reading to learn.
Can we talk? Let’s bridge the racial divides that separate women in Charlotte
Can we talk, Ladies? We are the Charlotte Women’s March, and we would like to make your acquaintance. We are […]