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A list of 10 powerful women who have shaped American poetry and inspired a new generation of female poets.

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After dropping a highly-anticipated collaboration with Rosalía back in January, teenage idol Billie Eilish returned to the spotlight last month with the AppleTV documentary, 'Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry.'

The first publication of its kind, Gravity Magazine celebrates Black creativity at UM

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‘So You Want to Talk About Race’ author discusses her book, importance of anti-racism work

Oluo opened up about the 2012 death of Trayvon Martin, citing the apparent lack of outrage and devastation as a reason she started writing.

UM student creates virtual museum showcasing rich history of Black leadership

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“Hair Love” celebrates Black hair, the Black family

There are more than enough stories about Black suffering, but “Hair Love” shifts the conversation by showcasing Black people simply existing, and being happy while doing it.

TikTok, Cardi B and voter registration: How politicians are turning to social media to reach young voters

Although social media is just one factor, it has played a great role in motivating people to go to the polls or send their mail-in ballots. Most importantly, it has inspired voters all over the country to participate in democracy and ensure their voices are heard.

More than just a chick flick: Why ‘Mean Girls’ is a cinematic masterpiece

Maybe the comparisons to African wildlife were unnecessary, but they do convey that high school drama seems ridiculous when put into perspective. The way both Regina and Cady rise and fall from fame reveals just how superficial and insignificant high school popularity is.

A beginner’s guide to virtual learning

Learning through Zoom may seem like a daunting task, but there are ample ways to be just as successful in your online classes as you are in a classroom. Here are some tips that will help ease the transition to virtual learning:
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