Black Twitter: It’s Empowering

by Eileen LeValley Black Twitter is a cultural identity consisting of, “Black Twitter Users” from around the world, on the Twitter Social Network. They are focused on issues of interest to the black community, particularly in the United States. Active African-American Twitter users have created a virtual community. Some examples of Black Twitter are #YouOKSis, … Continue reading Black Twitter: It’s Empowering

Highlighting Past and Present OAR Contributors–Topic: Race & Racism Part 4

By: Hannah Lewis This is the last publication in a four part series in which contributors from our 2019/2020 issues are interviewed on the topic of their published work– in the case of this series, the topics discussed will deal with race and racism. The United States is in the midst of a great awakening … Continue reading Highlighting Past and Present OAR Contributors–Topic: Race & Racism Part 4

Highlighting Past and Present OAR Contributors–Topic: Race & Racism Part 3

By: Hannah Lewis This is part three of a four part series in which contributors from our 2019/2020 issues are interviewed on the topic of their published work– in the case of this series, the topics discussed will deal with race and racism. The United States is in the midst of a great awakening and … Continue reading Highlighting Past and Present OAR Contributors–Topic: Race & Racism Part 3

Highlighting Past and Present OAR Contributors–Topic: Race & Racism Part 2

By: Hannah Lewis This is part two of a four part series in which contributors from our 2019/2020 issues are interviewed on the topic of their published work– in the case of this series, the topics discussed will deal with race and racism. The United States is in the midst of a great awakening and … Continue reading Highlighting Past and Present OAR Contributors–Topic: Race & Racism Part 2