I’ve been a fan of Bachelor Nation since Emily Maynard’s season of The Bachelorette in 2012. Though for years, none of The Bachelorette leads looked like me — and the women who did look like me went home roseless earlier in the seasons — I still watched and unabashedly rooted for fairytale endings.
It wasn’t until Tayshia Adams brought Colton Underwood home to meet her family during the show’s 2019 season that I could see a setup that looked exactly like my life. …
In a rare interview with Rolling Stone, Lauryn Hill discusses the complicated years that followed the release of her celebrated album, The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill.
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“Imagine being unexpectedly thrust in front of a white supremacist mob storming the U.S. Capitol. Your only heads up? An Instagram post sent to you by a friend.
Imagine being unexpectedly thrust in front of a white supremacist mob storming the U.S. Capitol. Your only heads up? An Instagram post sent to you by a friend.
It’s exactly what a Black U.S. Capitol veteran experienced last Wednesday, as rioters attacked the Capitol building in a violent rage.
In an interview with Buzzfeed News, two Black officers shared their experience at the Capitol attack, where the N-word and racial epithets were thrown their way as they tried to protect the democracy. They even described coming face to face with police officers on the other side of the battle.