With the election just around the corner we need your voice now more than ever. The Herald’s Nicole Chedraoui shows us the topic of voting isn’t just for 18 year old’s, and if you haven’t registered to vote already, maybe this article can convince you to use and own your voice. Continue reading The Herald’s Guide to Voting: We Need Your Voice
Have we really come as far with LGBT acceptance as we thought?
Continue reading #HisNameIsAlex – Why We Still Have a Long Way to Go with LGBT Acceptance
Breya’s hometown, Albany, Georgia, has been hit hard by COVID-19. Here’s her reflection on the situation. Continue reading COVID-19 Wreaks Havoc on Albany, Georgia
A powerful reflection from Adam Perkinson on what it was like to see the 9/11 memorial. Continue reading I went to the 9/11 Memorial. Here’s what it was like.
Time for a history lesson! Breya tells us the story of the first African-American woman to become a self-made millionaire—and her name isn’t CJ Walker. Continue reading It’s Time to Give Madam CJ Walker the Side Eye.
Perhaps it’s time to try a new diet. Adam recounts his experience with the trendy keto diet. Continue reading The Keto + Intermittent Fasting Diet
Moove over, dairy. Continue reading Hershey’s To Switch to Vegan Chocolate Substitute
A brief history on “Black Moses,” or Harriet Tubman. And not just the Underground Railroad part. Continue reading The Hidden History of Harriet Tubman
By: Vivian Shillingsburg Black History Month is usually only focused on significant stories and events in history. Schools may teach about slavery or notable activists such as Dr. Martin Luther King. Schools aren’t teaching about a lot of the most … Continue reading Stories in Black History That You May Not Know About
Little do we ever talk about black leaders in the movement for LGBTQ+ rights. Lily Weeks aims to fix that. Continue reading Pay It No Mind: A Spotlight On Marsha P. Johnson
Last month, a collection of previously-classified government documents concerning the US’ involvement in the Middle East were released, revealing the true state of how we’re handling the conflicts. Continue reading The Afghanistan Papers
In 2019, consumers did more Black Friday spending on their phones than ever before. Breya Young dives deep into how the tradition will change in the new decade. Continue reading Is Black Friday Really Worth It?