A Look at the History of Black student Activism at USF

The Black Student Union (BSU) at USF was founded in 1968, for reasons the founding members…

San Francisco Proposes Reparations for Black Residents

The city of San Francisco is currently weighing whether to accept a reparations proposal designed to…

MISSING: Black joy in Hollywood

Violence against Black people is distressingly common in America, and the media bears some responsibility.  A…

Staff Editorial: America’s Curricula Needs to Reflect the Truth

America’s history books have commonly lacked all but white perspectives, and now, diverse perspectives are at…

Students Express Cultural Pride During Black History Month

How USF celebrates Black History Month

Racial Solidarity Linked to Obama’s Political Career

USF Professor James Taylor lectured on Black nationalism and contemporary politics.

A Journey Through Thacher: Making Sense of Glenn Ligon

An average student with no exceptional knowledge of art nor a deep sense of attachment to…

Art Proves Priceless

The woman behind the Glenn Ligon exhibit, Kimberly Connor, tells how she first began following and eventually purchasing…

Staged Slave Auction Nixed in Favor of Readings

BSU opts out of planned slavery reenactment after USF faculty voice concerns 

Films to Watch in Honor of Black History Month

In honor of Black History Month, this mix highlights some of the great musical contributions from…