Self-Love

By Tracey Parker As a mother to an eight-year-old daughter, we are living in a society where the media dictates what is beautiful and acceptable. The commercials show case models with the perfect teeth and long straight hair, displays young girls with blue eyes and blonde hair, and even the cartoons shown are still not … More Self-Love

The Old New America

by Dakarai Olumide Since that night in November 2016, our world has been an interesting place to reside in. We’ve seen every group, creed, orientation, belief system and culture insulted and defamed, we’ve watched as the country has been brought to its hyperbolic knees. But more interesting still is that for Black people the hard truth … More The Old New America

Enter Los Anchorage: Where Homicides Are Haunting the Last Frontier

Words by Kokayi Nosakhere In this age of social media-driven marketing schemes and distrust of the mainstream media, this journalist thanks you for choosing to take interest in the small town, big city antics of a community organizer. I was born and raised in Anchorage, Alaska. This is Alaska’s largest city. Only 738,000 people live … More Enter Los Anchorage: Where Homicides Are Haunting the Last Frontier