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Liberation Through Communication Exhibit

Liberation Through Communication Exhibit

Julia Duanetto De Sousa
October 13, 2021

Located in the Marovitz Gallery on the first floor of the university library the new exhibit by Kent State's Special Collections and Archives features publications of Black United...

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UHURU x Fall Favorites

UHURU x Fall Favorites

Julia Duanetto De Sousa
October 11, 2021

This Fall, the UHURU staff was inspired to create a playlist filled with songs that bring out the best of us. With the end of Summer vacations and the tough return to routines...

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In Between Dichotomies: Living in the Thin Lines of a Lukewarm World

In Between Dichotomies: Living in the Thin Lines of a Lukewarm World

Julia Duanetto De Sousa
October 11, 2021

The Cambridge dictionary defines dichotomy as a “difference between two completely opposite ideas or things.” We happen to be living in contemporary times where dichotomies...

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Asian American Oppression and the Lunar New Year

Asian American Oppression and the Lunar New Year

Julia Duanetto De Sousa
June 18, 2021

Between quarantine, lockdown and the plummeting economy, a wave of violence has risen. From the Bay Area to New York City, a surge of anti-Asian attacks has rampantly spread throughout...

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Gilberto Gil via Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images

Afro-Latinx Figures Everyone Should Know

Julia Duanetto De Sousa
April 30, 2021

We are not alone, as we stand on the shoulders of giants. They paved the ways we now walk. Those who came before us and now left their legacy for us to carry on. Those who...

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