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Posts by Nashai Catlett

Lion King Live Action is coming and we love the cast

In 1994, Disney Channel dropped a classic on us. Lion King, to this day, is considered one of the best Disney movies. In fact, The Top Ten has The Lion King first on their list of best Disney movies, and it is the highest-grossing Disney movie.  It’s about a cub growing into a man in Africa and trying…

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Ashley Antoinette

It is always interesting to hear how and why authors started their journey. Ashley started off with bae goals writing with her husband JaQuavius. During a depressing time for the two, JaQuavius used writing as a tool to ease the pain. The two entered a writing content and have not looked back since then. They…

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Get to know Lady Qetesh

 “Writing has always been my passion.” Lady Qetesh’s love for writing is strong and is definitely felt through those words. With a background in English and education, Lady Qetesh went on to be a teacher. I know what you’re thinking, “but her passion is writing.” Well, she decided to follow that passion and now she…

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Misogynistic is a strong word to describe Kendrick Lamar

Salenna Russello did a study on The Impact of Media Exposure on Self-Esteem and Body Satisfaction in Men and Women and through her research, she found that women do feel pressured to look a certain way because of the media. Because of that exposure, women want to look perfect when there is no such thing.…

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K’wan Foye

The creative gene is definitely something that is passed down and as K’wan said, if you do not notice it now, it will “hit you on your own time.” Some authors will tell you how they began being a writer in the simplest love story: I picked up a pen and started writing and have…

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5 days of Women’s History Month with 5 Women

Ladies and Gentlemen, after coming from a strong Black History Month, we have now entered March. March is just as important because this month we celebrate Women’s History Month. This month we celebrate the paths that we dominated and continue to dominate. Though Beyonce told us that girls, in fact, rule the world, we’ll take…

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Get Out touches on racism in a psychological way

  Ending Black History Month the correct way, actor Jordan Peele releases his movie Get Out. This movie has only been out for three days and it already causing a frenzy. The first day, this thriller scored 100% on Rotten Tomatoes. Get Out touches on racism, followed by fear and paranoia. The movie shows the…

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The 4 Times Rapper, TI Was Woke

With the growing, never-ending racial tension, and the bigotry of our new president, Donald Trump, we need to stick together. People have protested many ways. We’ve done marches and sit ins. We take to social media to express how we feel by using memes, gifs, and hashtags. Sometimes we feel unheard, but lately we’ve been…

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