What is Woke Culture

May 02, 2022 MIKY BLAK

The term “woke” used to simply be the past tense form of the verb “wake.” But modern culture has turned the word on its head to represent something deeper and more powerful than simply rising from sleep. 

Colin Kaepernick Wants to Return to the NFL

Apr 18, 2022 MIKY BLAK

"So, yeah, if I have to come in as a backup, that fine. But that's not where I'm staying. And when I prove that I'm a starter, I want to be able to step on the field as such. I just need that opportunity to walk through the door."

Four Reasons Why The Hoodie is the New Professional Uniform

Apr 18, 2022 MIKY BLAK

There was a time when the blazer was the go-to professional garment. But those days are now a distant memory. The hoodie sweatshirt has replaced the blazer as the new professional uniform, and for good reason. 

Activists Win Battle With Google

Mar 24, 2022 MIKY BLAK

This is a victory for workplace activists everywhere who have been fighting against Google's unjust policies. Although the terms of the settlement are not public, this is a step in the right direction for those who have been fighting for justice.

Danny Glover is My Homeboy!

Mar 24, 2022 MIKY BLAK

He has been a Goodwill Ambassador for UNICEF and the United Nations Development Program, and has worked tirelessly to improve the lives of those less fortunate.

Clicktivism: Social Activism Makes It's Way to the Metaverse

Mar 24, 2022 MIKY BLAK

The rise of clicktivism – online activism that relies heavily on social media platforms – has allowed people to get involved in causes they care about with just a few clicks of a button.

Not All Climate Action Is Climate Justice

Mar 24, 2022 MIKY BLAK

Vanessa Nakate is a Ugandan climate activist who has been staging protests and rallies to call attention to the dangers of climate change since 2019. After co-founding both the Rise Up Movement and Fridays for Future Uganda

Philadelphia Murals in the Metaverse

Mar 24, 2022 MIKY BLAK

Rendering Justice is an important contribution to the ongoing conversation about mass incarceration in America. The exhibition provides a much-needed platform for the voices of those who have been directly affected by the issue.

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