UW-Madison junior creates homemade mask business and raises money for the United Negro College Fund.
The moment you take a step inside the Memorial Union Theatre, conversations roar like crashing tidal waves of a tropical storm or hurricane approaching south Florida. The wave of voices anticipating the nights lecture thrash at various levels, making it tough to eavesdrop on a single conversation. Once settling in your seat, you hear someone … Continue reading Tarana, and MeToo
A letter addressed to your heart: When you fall in love... Don't lose sight of who you are. Remember your roots and where you came from. Never try to change yourself for anyone. You are a strong and independent woman who will be fine with or without this person. Love hard. Give it your all … Continue reading A Love Letter to Myself
The days are long but the years are short. A common quote referencing how fast time flies by. 2019 is in full swing, but I'd like to reflect over my first full year in Madison. It has been rewarding to acknowledge the opportunities God has blessed me with. On January 17th-19th, I attended the Black … Continue reading Endure the night, Joy will come in the morning
"killa... IF YOU AINT BLACK DON'T SAY IT." -Chance The Rapper Who can and can not say the N-word? There are some people in different communities who feel like that word belongs to them just as much as it belongs to the African American community. Listen along as two African American women discuss what they … Continue reading College Daze: Who can say the N-word?
The seventh annual International Colloquium on Black Male’s in Education, took place October 22nd – 26th in Dublin, Ireland. Wisconsin had four promising undergraduate scholars represent the university; Junior Kingsley Pissang, Senior Nasitta Keita, Senior Tashiana Lipscomb, and myself, Senior Paul Jackson II. Moderators for the Colloquium, Chair Dr. Jerlando F.L. Jackson and Co-Chair Dr. … Continue reading Badgers Represent at the 7th annual International Colloquium in Ireland
Do you have time for a relationship right now? Do black men on campus even like black women? Are there any pros to an on-campus relationship? All of these questions and more will be talked about during this episode of College Daze. After listening, think about if you would want to be in an on-campus … Continue reading College Daze: Relationships on campus
Black parties, white parties, frat parties, wack parties. During this episode, we talk about them all. https://soundcloud.com/blackvoiceuw/college-daze-parties-on-campus-the-black-white-and-the-wack
Being Light skinned VS being dark-skinned is a podcast where we talk about colorism within the black community. Two friends and I discuss what we think caused this battle within our community, how the media plays a role in this “battle” and our personal views about this problem within the black community. While listening … Continue reading College Daze – Light-skinned VS Dark-skinned
BKCHAT: UW-Madison is back! Sometimes you'll be minding your business in class, washing dishes, or just cooling with your youngins, and all of a sudden, a thought crosses your mind: "Is water wet?" "What came first, the chicken or the egg?" "What if aliens really exist?" To be honest, at the end of this discussion, … Continue reading BKCHAT: UW-Madison “Hits the Blunt Edition”