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July 7, 2020   |   Ithaca, NY

Black Fems United honors Juneteenth with cabaret

By | Jun 26, 2020

On June 19, Black Fems United of Ithaca College hosted a Juneteenth Benefit Cabaret to raise money for three organizations in solidarity with the Black Lives Matte

Review: Spike Lee film combines past and present

By | Jun 20, 2020

Spike Lee’s latest film, “Da 5 Bloods” strings together fact and fiction to create a documentary-like film.

Professor teaches youth social justice through music

By | Oct 30, 2019

The Community Unity Music Education Program connects Ithaca College with children from the community by teaching social justice through music.

Black Lives Matter holds rally for the Office of Human Rights

By | Sep 12, 2018

The Black Lives Matter group in Ithaca organized a rally for the Office of Human Rights (OHR) in Tompkins County on Sept. 11.

In memory of Marielle Franco

By | Mar 21, 2018

Marielle Franco was assassinated March 14 in her car after leaving an event that she organized for the empowerment of black women. She was targeted.

American baseball to be a new force in World Baseball Classic

By | Mar 21, 2017

It’s important for baseball to staying ahead of other sports in terms of a global game during a Trump Presidency.

Black Lives Matter Ithaca event celebrates social progress

By | Mar 1, 2017

The event was an opportunity for the black community to reflect on the achievements of the Black Lives Matter movement and mourn the lives lost.

Review: Netflix documentary ’13TH’ spawns racial discussions

By | Nov 4, 2016

One of the strongest qualities about “13TH” is its reckoning with a history that has consistently sought ways to oppress black Americans.

Commentary: Fight for labor laws coincides with fight for equality

By | Sep 14, 2016

The legacy of American slavery continues through an unbroken legacy of policies and practices that ensure a marginal place for black people in the country’s economic life, and requires comprehensive remediation.

Black women are devalued

By | Apr 13, 2016

Black women and their art, when analyzed, are first criticized and then consciously studied, while black men have the privilege to first be studied and then critiqued.

Ithaca College hosts weekly social justice discussion series

By | Feb 12, 2016

Relaxed chatter and laughter filled the Textor 103 lecture hall as approximately 20 students gathered to participate in an hour-long game of Black History Jeopardy on Feb. 11.

Racism defines white identity

By | Feb 10, 2016

The white U.S. identity would have nothing without the populations they are still standing upon.