Why Bibles Given to Slaves Omitted Most of the Old Testament
When slavery was legal, its proponents often justified it with the Bible; specifically, a verse that tells servants to obey their masters. There were also a lot
Dear (Some) White People: Why Is Black People’s Hair Always on Your Agenda?
In yet another episode of White People Being Too Damn Concerned About Black People’s Hair, seventeen-year-old Jenesis Johnson, a student at North Florida Christian in Tallahassee, Florida was repri…
One Night at Mount Sinai
How Aja Newman’s 2016 trip to the Mount Sinai emergency room uncovered the abusive behavior of “rock star” physician David Newman, who ultimately pleaded guilty to four counts of sexual abuse against his patients.
Meet The Formerly Enslaved Woman Who Secured Reparations | Think
Rice University historian W. Caleb McDaniel joins us to tell the story of how Henrietta Wood ultimately sued and won the largest amount given in restitution for
Her experience taught her the importance of pushing for answers and dumping a doctor who seems neither knowledgeable nor interested. She checks doctors' credentials and favors physicians who also teach because she has found them to be "more curious and committed to discovering answers. "
Christian professor suspended after wearing hijab 'in solidarity with Muslims' to quit job
A CHRISTIAN university professor who was suspended after wearing an Islamic headscarf has agreed to quit her job.
I've been researching today re: Self Made and one of the reasons why Annie Malone's story gets so messed up is because she has no living descendants. A lot of history gets lost because there's no one around to record it and pass it down.
‘Dying for Sex’ podcast follows terminal cancer patient’s wild sexcapades
Nikki Boyer's Dying for Sex, a fascinating, six-part podcast, follows the wild sexcapades of Boyer's best friend, Molly, who was diagnosed with Stage 4 terminal breast cancer at 41.