FEAR OF THE GOOD KIND

Fear can be crippling. Meaning it can quite literally stop us from going after what we want by making us think that we are inadequate or by making us fear rejection so much that we uniformly hold ourselves back from trying every time.

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Amanda SaviñónComment
TONI MORRISON

Toni Morrison passed away this past week at the age of 88. The first African-American woman to win the Nobel Prize in literature, she was considered one of the great American authors and her work was pivotal in the depiction of black women’s lives.

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Eleanor IgweComment
RAMY

Ramy, a Hulu original created by Egyptian-American comedian Ramy Youssef, has taken the internet by storm. Ramy is a comedy-drama about Ramy Hassan and his struggle with finding the balance between being both an American millennial and an Egyptian Muslim.

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Afsana AhmedComment
ON COURAGE

If you have been courageous before, you probably know it. And you know it because you know how much of your self you had to put aside to do whatever it took courage for you to do.

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Amanda SaviñónComment
WILLIAM H. JOHNSON: MODERNIST ARTIST

William Henry Johnson is a quintessential American painter whose work was almost lost to obscurity. His paintings traversed movements. He was a part of the Harlem Renaissance and he has been described as an Expressionist, an Impressionist, a Cubist and as a folk artist.

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