I Don’t Know About Reparations


When I walk down the street you make sure your car doors are locked, you hold your children closer and cling tighter to your purse. You remember to have that conversation with your daughters and shopkeepers are more vigilant when I walk through the front door. The instrument used to terrorize generations of my forefathers…

Langston Hughes’ Harlem Home Is Officially For The People


A non-profit has reclaimed the space where the poet once lived. By Rahel Gebreyes  / Editor, HuffPost /  02/03/2017 04:44 pm ET | Updated 1 day ago Harlem artists and writers can finally call Langston Hughes’ home their own. The I, Too, Arts Collective, named for Hughes’ poem “I, Too,” held an opening event Wednesday evening at Hughes’…