28 Mar 2019

Artist of the Month: T.Evin$

Our featured artist for the month of March is Tevin Alston aka T.Evin$. An avid rapper and musician, T.Evin$ recently came out with his new album: Revenge. Revenge is Alston’s second album and is his way of making peace with the past and moving forward. He says, “This album represented

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26 Mar 2019

ARTrepreneur Represented at Big East Start-Up Challenge

Erace the Hate representatives, namely Langston Gray (Marketing Executive at Erace the Hate), Donovan Mann (Designer at Eracism Clothing LLC.) and myself, Apoorvaa Bichu (Communications Intern at Erace The Hate) took part in the Big East Startup Challenge held on March 16, 2019 at St Johns’ University in New York.

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28 Feb 2019

Black History Month Throughout the Years

Even though Black History Month is every month of the year, February is a special time to highlight the strong individuals who have fought for equal rights for African-Americans and used their voice to share their culture with the world. The graphic below details some history of Black History Month

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15 Feb 2019

Artist of the Month: Cold Medina

February’s artist of the month is performance artist, writer and educator Christian Medina Beltz aka Cold Medina.  His latest music video is Kick Game, a Lotta Entertainment exclusive. Medina’s music can be found on SoundCloud, Spotify and Apple Music.  Beltz describes the latest single as “lyrical karate, giving different flows

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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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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 May 2018

Spotlight on Racial Profiling | Emilie Carroll

On April 12th Rashon Nelson and Donte Robinson, both African American, planned to have a business meeting regarding a real estate opportunity in a Philadelphia Starbucks. While they were waiting, Nelson asked a white manager if he could use the restroom, to which she responded that restroom privileges were reserved

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08 May 2018

This is America | A Reflection on Distraction | Emilie Carroll

Over the weekend, Donald Glover appeared on Saturday Night Live to promote his role in the upcoming movie Solo: A Star Wars Story. But it was his Grammy Award-winning alter-ego, Childish Gambino, that stole the show by releasing “This is America,” a poignant assault on pop culture, gun violence, and

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02 May 2018

Why ‘Body Positivity’ for Men NEEDS to be a thing! | Taylor Boyd

Among the media, we more than often see women in “Body Posi” campaigns as the fore-front for the movement of self love and self worth. But in this age, we’re approaching something thats growing into a detrimental epidemic for the male species. Men are often force fed the idea to be

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