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Posted on: September 27, 2021 Posted by: Hannah Davis Comments: 0

About the Kent State Museum’s Latest Exhibit on Black Hair

Art lovers in the Kent community can now explore all things related to Black hair, thanks to the Kent State University Museum’s new exhibition “TEXTURES: the history and art of Black hair.” The exhibition’s debut follows a four-year journey of research and curation. I caught up with the exhibition’s co-curators, professors Tameka Ellington Ph.D. and Joseph Underwood Ph.D., to talk about what visitors could expect from the exhibit.  What inspired…

Posted on: December 14, 2020 Posted by: Alex Gray Comments: 0

Kent State’s anti-racism task force holds first town hall

The KSU community came together to fight racism on campus after racist messages were written on the Rock. Over 250 people were on Zoom Thursday night for Kent State’s anti-racism task force town hall. This was the first public mass meeting of the committee since it’s creation in early September.  The task force was created after Black students protested against racist messages that were painted on the Rock  in August.…

Posted on: December 9, 2019 Posted by: Sophie Giffin Comments: 0

Uhuru’s 2020 Democratic Breakdown

Here’s Uhuru’s breakdown of the top five polling candidates’ stances on various issues that affect People Of Color to help you find out more about and support this crucial election.

Posted on: December 13, 2017 Posted by: Sierra Allen Comments: 0

Caribbean Culture Comes to Kent

Modista Fashion Group and the Student Organization of Caribbean Alliance collaborated with its Caribana Fashion Show Experience, Saturday Dec. 9. Founded by Kareem Rogers, S.O.C.A. was started in spring of 2017 after he noticed a lack of support for Caribbean students like himself. “S.O.C.A. was created on the observation that there wasn’t any type of student organization that brings together Caribbean descendants/natives,” Rogers said. “Or even students who share an…