Weekend Culture Roundup December 02, 2023

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How Hateration Fueled Blue Ivy’s Performance

LONDON, ENGLAND – May 29: Blue Ivy Carter perform onstage during the Beyoncé “RENAISSANCE WORLD TOUR” at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on May 29, 2023 in London, England.
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Top Class Season 3 Is Our Black TV Pick of the Week

As parents, our most important job is protecting our kids. That means we’re always on the lookout for everything from the imaginary monsters hiding under their beds to the real monsters hiding behind their phones and computer screens. It’s why I’ve been trying with all of my might to keep my 11- and 13-year-old kids away from social media. Read More

Why Charles Blow Says Black People Need to Leave the North and Return to the South

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For someone who has spent her entire life in Northern cities, my perception of life in the South has been largely shaped by the media – images of MAGA hats everywhere and headlines of Southern governors like Ron DeSantis (R-FL) and Greg Abbott (R-TX) banning books and changing the way Black history is taught in schools. Read More

Racism Displaced Chicago-area Black Families. This Man Wants to Pay Tribute to Them.

Evanston, IL
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In 2021, former Harvard Business School professor Steven Rogers released “A Letter to My White Friends and Colleagues: What You Can Do Right Now to Help the Black Community.” Through research, case studies and personal stories, Rogers set out to address the problem of the racial wealth gap in America and provide practical solutions to righting centuries of wrongs. His book calls on white people to support Black-owned businesses and deposit savings in Black-owned banks, which can, in turn, provide loans to Black businesses and mortgages to Black families. Read More

Good News For Bronny James Following His Cardiac Arrest

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After a shocking cardiac arrest episode during a preseason practice in July, Bronny James has been cleared to make a full return to basketball. Per The Athletic, James will start exercising with the Trojans next week. Read More

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