FEATURE: @arthoecollective talks “Lemonade”, black artists reclaiming appropriated music genres, and share their favorite art works from this week. http://www.afropunk.com/profiles/blogs/feature-art-hoe-collective-talks-lemonade-and-black-artists "In this album […] she reclaims these genres that have been so heavily whitewashed and scrubbed of their African American roots." picture credit: @Nitimueth
It’s Thanksgiving which means tables decorated with tiny porcelain figures of Native Americans sharing corn with pilgrims. It’s a holiday about being grateful, coming together, and being at peace but...
THANK YOU. I hate seeing people where hairstyle or piece of clothing that has no real cultural or religious significance and people being like "NO HOW DARE YOU THATS CULTURAL APPROPRIATION" when it isn't.
For Halloween in fifth grade, I dressed up with a sugar skull. I wasn't even the one who suggested it. I wanted to be something scary, but I had already bought a flaminco dancer costume, so my mom suggested the sugar skull. I had no idea so I am sorry if that offended anyone