Some Thoughts On…Capitalizing the “b” in Black + Jam of the Day: “What Becomes of the Broken-Hearted”

All throughout my college academia, I never capitalized the “b” in “Black” when referring to Black people on my own accord, and definitely received no insistence from my professors. I did however notice this style or grammatical choice when I read Black magazines like Essence and Ebony, and it always transpired as very strong and defiant. Like, I am BLACK. Continue reading Some Thoughts On…Capitalizing the “b” in Black + Jam of the Day: “What Becomes of the Broken-Hearted”

Wait, What? Sephora Accused of Racially Profiling Asian Customers Online

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The beauty emporium Sephora (you know, that candy store for grown women) has been accused of racially profiling, or e-filing, its Asian customers, and four Chinese women have collectively come forward with a lawsuit against the mega chain. MUST READ: 27 Thoughts We All Have While Shopping In Sephora It is believed that Sephora had locked accounts under Asian-sounding surnames to try and prevent the re-selling of coveted items… Continue reading Wait, What? Sephora Accused of Racially Profiling Asian Customers Online