Celebs

Mindless Behavior on Their Alter Egos

Just what are the members of your favorite R&B group like offstage? Read on to find out! Be sure to read even more about M.B. in the fall 2013 issue of Sesi! (And rip out the photos in the mag and post them all over your bedroom walls, of course!)    

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Black History

MOW50th: You Are the Dream

Yesterday was the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington — and since Sesi‘s headquarters is right across the river from D.C., we had to come out and support. Check out a few photos we took at Saturday’s festivities. Did you watch any of the celebration on TV? Did you get to be in D.C. […]

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Love etc.

Brokenhearted? 10 Songs to Help You Deal

Sometimes love sucks. (Hey, we like to keep things 100.) It’s especially hard when holidays like Valentine’s Day roll around and all you see at school are girls carrying teddy bears, roses, heart-shaped boxes of candies, and whatever else their boo thang got them to flaunt around from class to class to class, rubbing their […]

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Features

Don’t Trip: 7 Ways to Take Advice Like a Boss

You get a D and a ton of red marks on a research paper. Your boss at your part-time job tells you how you could improve your customer service. Your coach gives you advice on how to better clear those hurdles, so you’re ready for your next meet. Maybe you feel hurt. Maybe you feel […]

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Black History, Ya' Heard?

Please Pass the Mic…

… far, far away from Weezy. And drop some #BlackHistory knowledge on him, too, while you’re at it. In case y’all hadn’t heard, the interwebs is abuzz with Lil’ Wayne’s totally disrespectful reference to Emmett Till (pictured above) in his remix of “Karate Chop,” where he actually raps, “Beat that p—- up like Emmett Till.” […]

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Black History

How 4 College Kids Helped Spark a Movement

February 1, 1960 (Greensboro, NC): Four NC A&T students sat down at a Woolworth’s counter and ordered — but were refused service. Instead of leaving when told to, they sat in protest. In the following days and weeks, others joined. Besides the Greensboro Four, who are your favorite young activists (of any time period — even […]

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Features

11 Reasons Black Girls Got it Like That

1. We are survivors. 2. We are pop culture cultivators. 3. We rock that sought-after golden glow year-round. 4. We have an entire movement that celebrates our awesomeness. 5. We have roots that stem from the birthplace of humanity. 6. We are full of soul. 7. We are versatile. 8. We love the Lord. 9. We are […]

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