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Jul 8
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Riots and Revolution
Kai Kelly
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If you Google the word “Riots,” the race riots of the Civil Rights era are the first thing that comes up. Interestingly enough, African Americans were not the first nor the only group of people to riot in this country. History can take you back to the first White settlers and their dealings with Native Americans, to

Jun 9
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PODCAST: "Finding Liberation In Life" on Last Call for Knowledge
Martin Ali
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In this episode of “Last Call for Knowledge,” podcast creator Martin Ali brings on Kai Kelly who is a creative, writer, visionary, and author. Kai brings a strong presence as she boldly discusses the struggles in the world and how she has been able to learn from the past to have a progressive future. As the episode

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May 22
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Anguish of a Mother of boys in 2020
Kai Kelly
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On February 23, 2020, unarmed Ahmaud Arbrey was gunned down in broad daylight by two armed men while taking a jog in Brunswick, GA. There were no arrests. It was not reported on the major news outlets. There was no outrage about it at all until the video of the incident went viral and the Georgia Bureau of

Mar 5
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Each One, Teach One Collaborating Like Whoa!
Denaé Ivy
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Terry Williams knocked my socks off with this interview. I never expected the collaboration that came of such an engagement. It’s simply amazing what happens by a simple conversation when you discuss how you got started and why.

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Feb 28
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For Better or Worse: After a Devastating Accident, the Family Behind BLK + GRN Talk Survival, Faith, and Love

In a month that celebrates both Black History and Valentine’s Day—that annual outpouring of love marked by excessive shows of romance—we often forget that black love is as intrinsic a part of our history in America as our legacy and accomplishments. But while the aforementioned celebrations only occur once a year,

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