Your Black friends are constantly fielding questions about why things are racist. And while the education is important, it’s also exhausting.
In honor of Women’s Month, Anthony shows his love for one of the most empowering women in his life, his biology teacher, Mrs. Jewell Whatley.
When you’re on your own voyage, you may have to limit who can influence your journey through the universe. Be bold. Own your space.
As many complain about “cancel culture,” Anthony poses a simple question: what if what was “normal” to you was always offensive to someone else?
When you’re working hard, grinding toward a goal, you often look for someone to tell you that you’re on the right track. This is the validation you need.
As a student, you may not realize the value of a safe place—where all you have to raise your hand and be present. But it’s a lesson for life.
There are two kinds of people in this world: those afraid of thin ice, and those who make it across the lake. Tread lightly, but find your success.
Breaking barriers is not nearly as inspiring as when breakthroughs become the new normal. Anthony Reeves can hardly wait for the next tectonic shift.
In the war against racism, discrimination, and bigotry, let’s redefine what it means to be an ally. Be more than just an assistant: get out here and fight.