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Flipping the Script on Rejection

This is a portion of an article that originally appeared in Sesi’s Fall 2018 issue. Subscribe here to stay up on our current editions. Rejection can feel like a legit bully, ripping away at your self-esteem. But, what if we told you that the “r” word, isn’t all that bad and can actually be used […]

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Domestic Terrorists Loot U.S. Capitol in Coup Attempt

On January 6, 2021, we witnessed an attempted coup in real time. It’s not surprising, really. This mob of majority white, pro-Trump, domestic terrorists was encouraged to rebel against their own country by their white supremacist “president” and his yearslong, blatant aims at dictatorial power.

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What to Listen to During Lockdown: A #QuarantinePlaylist

‘Cause music heals, y’all. By Ava Marshall With all the uncertainty surrounding COVID-19, it can be hard to relax. From Black folks disproportionately dying of it to the intensity and frequency of the news, feelings of anxiety are definitely normal. Trust, we feel you. Completely. To help ease your stress and worry, we’re comin’ through […]

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Meet Symera Jackson: Actress, Student, Game-Changer

By Ava Marshall /Main photo by Ryan West Whether you’ve seen her in the Netflix series Team Kaylie or on ABC’s Alex, Inc, Symera Jackson is another dope Black girl making a way for herself as a creative. She first began acting at the age of 4, starting out in theater productions before moving to […]

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