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Here’s to New Year’s Self-Revelations

This article originally appeared in Sesi’s Winter 2019 issue. Subscribe here to stay up on our current editions. In a world that tells us our skin, our hair, and our selves aren’t good enough, that “new year, new me” mantra often becomes a vehicle for unrealistic goal-setting that separates us from who we really are. […]

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Justice for All Just Ain’t Specific Enough

This article originally appeared in Sesi’s Spring 2015 issue. Subscribe here to stay up on our current editions. In the eight months since Ferguson, a grand jury chose not to indict the police officer who killed the unarmed teen, and the Department of Justice decided not to file civil rights charges, either. This may have […]

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Big Sean’s New Collab That’s Investing in HBCU Students

WARNING: Extreme Levels of Black Excellence Ahead By Ava Marshall So look, 13 percent of the American population is Black, right? But only one percent of venture capitalist-backed start-ups have Black founders. The Moguls in the Making program is out to change that. Big Sean What’s a fire new collab you may not have heard […]

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10 Black Girls Taking Hollywood By Storm

By Ava Marshall Storm Reid You know her from A Wrinkle in Time, Euphoria, When They See Us, and her latest film Don’t Let Go, and ya’ girl is definitely living up to her name. Not only is she an incredible actress, but she also uses her platform to advocate for young girls with #Bamazing, […]

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8 Throwback Movies Where Resistance is a Big Mood

By Ava Marshall Black cinema stays blessing us with many classics — we’re talking thousands of cultural references, sis. Many of these gems also center around fighting the powers that be both socially and politically. Grab your popcorn and clear your planner ’cause our roundup of resistance-themed films are gonna leave you inspired to change […]

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