Charlamagne Tha God on advocating for mental health and healing of Black trauma
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Charlamagne Tha God on advocating for mental health and healing of Black trauma

By Ian Williams NORFOLK, VA — Charlamagne Tha God came to Norfolk State University for the first time as a speaker for the Mass Communications and Journalism Department’s 2022 MCJR Week. Charlamagne spoke about overcoming obstacles during his childhood in South Carolina, failed career attempts, establishing his platform and using life experiences to create other … Continue reading

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If BET won’t support black America, then black America won’t support BET
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If BET won’t support black America, then black America won’t support BET

An Editorial by Meleah Holmes On Oct. 10, the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March was held in Washington, D.C. at the National Mall. Thousands of African-Americans joined together to march and spread awareness about the injustice that blacks have faced…and still face in America. The Million Man March demands “Justice or Else!”: justice in … Continue reading