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11 Dec 2018

Eracist of the Month | Vy N Do

Our Eracist of the month is Vy N Do, a Creighton student who is taking a stand against sexual trafficking by taking part in “Dressember.” During Dressember, people wear dresses or ties every day during the month of December to draw people’s attention and get them to start a conversation

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27 Nov 2018

The Importance of Embracing Multiculturalism

They say friends are the family that you choose, and when members of that family happen to come from different corners of the world, it contributes to a unique and enriching experience. Creighton University is a relatively small university with just over 8,000 students. Despite this, it has a thriving

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05 Nov 2018

The “Unstoppable” ARTrepreneur Success

Our ARTrepreneur Program, is now in it’s second session and has successfully produced a five track EP titled “Take 1” with the students in the program from Overtown Youth Center in Miami, Florida. The EP is available to stream on our Soundcloud now. The students had the opportunity to create a music video for the track

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31 Oct 2018

Halloween Costumes and Culture: A Hit or Miss?

Featured image courtesy of: https://cartoonview.co/cultural-appropriation-halloween-costumes/   Ah Halloween. The night we let go of our stresses of everyday life, put on a costume, and regain our childlike spirit. While we may be too old to go trick or treating, Halloween still evokes that feeling of wonder within us, and the

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17 Oct 2018

Eracism Gives Back with Creighton University

Last month, Eracism Clothing partnered with Creighton University’s African American Student Association (CUASA) to put on a Back 2 School clothing and school supplies drive to give back to the community in Omaha, Nebraska. The drive was hosted on Creighton University’s campus from September 25 – 28 and was a

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24 Sep 2018

Playcation – Tragedy to Track List

We have just opened up our lines to receive submissions from youth everywhere who are using arts music to inspire and motivate their peers.  All are encouraged to submit their works to art@eracethehate.com for an opportunity to be featured on our website. Today, we are featuring a young woman from

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