Wriit Staff

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Wriit has curated content, excerpts, from leading publications globally. Published articles feature the history, events, people and places that have impacted the lives of People of Color. As the Wriit Community grows, members may enjoy the benefit of being featured on wriit.com, as well as our social media channels. We encourage Wriit Community Members to continue to author great content and share broadly. Wriit.com is a Willoughby Avenue, LLC. brand, a publisher and independent agency, committed to building Brands of Color. Our brands include KOLUMN Magazine, KINDR'D Magazine and The FIVE FIFTHS.

     

7 stories by Wriit Staff

Trump’s Obama Envy | The St. Louis American

By Eugene Robinson Is it my imagination, or is President Trump’s chronic and debilitating case of Obama Envy getting...

Aug 28 · >

The ‘1619 Project’ Isn’t Anti-American — It’s Anti-White Identity Politics | Intelligencer

By Eric Levitz@EricLevitz Your great saints were child rapists. Your sacred texts are false alibis for a world-historic crime. That...

Aug 24 · >

America’s Breeding Farms: What History Books Never Told You | Enigma In Black

Written By: William Spivey In 1808, America banned the import of slaves from Africa and the West Indies. The...

Aug 18 · >

In Chicago, Rethinking the Link Between Crime and Incarceration | The Appeal

By: Kira Lerner A new report shows that a progressive approach, like the one advanced by Cook County State’s...

Aug 14 · >

Why Trump Fears Women of Color | The New York Times

By Taeku Lee and EunSook Lee Dr. Lee is a political scientist who specializes in racial politics, public opinion and political participation....

Aug 13 · >
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The Jackie Robinson of Rodeo | Texas Monthly

Five decades ago, Myrtis Dightman broke the color barrier in professional rodeo and became one of the best bull...

Mar 11 · >