#BeingBlackandMuslim Portrait Series by Bobby Rogers
Visual artist and photographer Bobby Rogers’ latest portrait series #BeingBlackandMuslim taps on members of the Black Muslim community to share their harrowing experiences with, well, simply being who they are.
The eyeopening series exposes stereotypes and stigmas plaguing the community; further proving we all have more work to do when it comes to bringing awareness to squash these century-old, derogatory ways of thinking.
Pundits and politicians alike have been using the phrase “identity politics” to stifle conversations that make them uncomfortable. Gabe breaks down why they should step out of their bubble and look at what’s actually dividing our country.
Nearly half of voters who supported Trump think there should be a special month set aside to celebrate white history in the United States, according to a pollpublished Friday by Public Policy Polling.
Apparently dissatisfied with white people dominating nearly every aspect of American life and culture for the past 250 years, 46% of Trump voters now desire an official white history month. Only 36% of Trump voters oppose the idea.
Additionally, only 47% of Trump voters are aware that legendary black abolitionist and former slave Frederick Douglass is dead. Read more(2/10/17 11:52 AM)