The Tea Corner

Drink more water. Your body is 90 percent water and needs water for almost every function.  Many of the aches and pains, headaches, and other symptoms we experience would lessen if we just drank more water. Go for a brisk walk. Your body was made to move. Your heart is a muscle that needs movement…Read more The Tea Corner


Yung Baby Tate Takes Atlanta

By Trenisha Wiggins Yung Baby Tate was born Tate Farris on May 13, 1996. Her mother Dionne Farris was a member of the hip-hop group Arrested Development, most notably known for her vocals on the single Tennessee. Her mother’s music career exposed Tate to the industry at a young age, and it was also at a…Read more Yung Baby Tate Takes Atlanta


By Eithne Quinn Behind the recent #OscarsSoWhite controversy over the all-white slate of actors nominated for this year’s Oscars (for the second year running), lies intractable film industry exclusion. Hollywood is dominated by white men – not just in the acting field, but across all the executive, creative, and technical job categories of the industry. The influential “2015…Read more #HOLLYWOODSOWHITE

Millennial Movements: Gender Non-Conforming

By Trenisha Wiggins “Gender has become one of the most important analytic categories of the academic enterprise of describing the world and the political business of prescribing solutions (Oyewumi, 2002).” Even on a global scale we see the significance and importance of equal representation for all genders. In 2014, Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan signed the…Read more Millennial Movements: Gender Non-Conforming