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Monique Gamble

Dr. Monique A. Gamble is a Professor, photographer, and writer. Her academic specialties include American Government, International Relations, and Black Politics. Dr. Gamble’s photography was recently featured in the 2017 “Songs of My People: 25 Years Later” art exhibit. Currently, she is teaching courses on Black Politics and American Government in Washington, DC. Follow her on Instagram: @crownixxvi and Twitter: @thomasinacrown

Uncivil Rights: Jeff Sessions’s Department of Justice

A couple of weeks ago, I mentioned that Donald Trump’s control over government has put issues like women’s reproductive health

Get in the Game for Midterms 2018 Our Present and Future Depends on It

Politics and governing are about relationships and access to power. And in democracies, political change often moves slowly, incrementally. Considering

Black Music Month Spotlight: Syd

Hip-Hop has destroyed one-dimensional perceptions of its genre that intended to keep it marginalized. Today, the culture is ubiquitous -

National Caribbean-American AIDS Awareness Day Offers a Chance to Come out of the Shame Shadows

In 2015, writer Kwame Dawes and photographer Andre Lambertson wrote about the confluence of faith and shame in dealing with

My Gay Pride is Also Black

Years ago, I was invited to attend Atlanta Pride by some white ladies I worked with in Columbus, Georgia. It

‘Rafiki’ Afro Bubble Gum Art

From May 8-19, the Cannes Film Festival will preview films from talented creators across the globe. Authors Jill Forbes and

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