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Shakespeare Under the Stars at the 2017 Greater Hartford Shakespeare Festival Capital Classics stages...

  Outdoor summer Shakespeare festival features family entertainment and timely discussions  The artistic team at Capital Classics thinks we’ll want a good laugh this summer. That’s...

The Plight and Legacy of Black Muslims By Demetrius Dillard

Out of all the major world religions, Islam seems to be viewed as the most ignominious by dominant Western society, including U.S. president Donald...

Hypervisable By Bulaong Ramiz-Hall

Where do I fit in a world where all the Muslims are Arab and all the Blacks are Christian? I am a Black American...

Muslim Voices By Jamilah Rasheed

“It is a peculiar sensation, this double consciousness, this sense of always looking at one’s self through the eyes of others, of measuring one’s...

Why I Wrap My Hair By Jamilah Muhammad

I wrap my hair up high sensing my predecessors congratulate my effort recalling images in books, of sisters from the motherland observing me, as I observe them on pages cloth...

Happy Sperm Donor Day By Aysha Bee

I suppose I'm a bit different than the average Black woman on Father's Day. Because I'm just unimpressed; and with Black fathers, to be...

It Takes A Village By Charlie Costict

Father’s Day is a celebration of paternal love, understanding, guidance and support for those who lead by example while continuing to be an instrumental...

The Doors Of The Church Are Open – But For Whom? By Michael...

When the doors open up to your faith but close on your identity The doors of the church are open so they say, but are...

Health is Wealth By Charlie Costict

Veganism sounds great from the outside looking in and I mean how could it not. You see your vegan friends gleefully advertise their colorful...

The Chained Security of Masculinity By Michael J. Forbes

“Stop acting like a little girl, boys don’t cry, be a man, man-up, punk, stop being a little bitch, faggot ass, that’s not what...

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Pastor’s Daughter By Prisca Dorcas Mojica Rodriguez

I am a pastor’s daughter.  And not in the stereotypical way, not the rebellious pastor’s kid who felt neglected and overtly policed by God...

Leaving and Coming Back to Nashville TN By Prisca Dorcas Mojica Rodriguez

So, I left Nashville in 2015, for the same reasons I haven’t watched “Get Out.”  I left vowing that I would never return to...

Empowerment Begins With Critical Thinking By Demetrius Dillard

In various communities throughout the world, the capacity and ability to critically think is admired as one of the most valuable skills one can...