Prism

Deportation Fears Lead to Tragedy

Mid-October, a mother from Liberia who was afraid of being deported, was arrested on first-degree murder charges connected to the deaths of her 3-month-old son and her 5-year-old step son. Her name...


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How Will Hip-hop Help?

There is no question that race relations in America have improved since the times of slavery and the Jim Crow era; however, our country is far from a place of complete comradery....


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Chicken Adobo


Prism

International Spotlight: the Philippines

  The Philippines has encountered many outside influences throughout its history, such as Spanish colonization and American interference. Yet, it still maintains a strong national identity, displayed in its range of languages,...


Prism

Moving past the culture of "man up"

A common underrepresented topic within the African American and Latinx communities is mental health. Stigmas such as being weak when showing emotions are present within our community, and they prevent us from...


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Communities of Binghamton

 Nicole Sirju-Johnson is the associate chief diversity officer and director of the Multicultural Resource Center at Binghamton University. The Brooklyn native has served as the director since 2008 and was named associate...


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Intersectional Zionism

  For many of today’s mainstream progressives, opposing the Jewish state is part of a complete breakfast. In order to be progressive, we must stand against the racist Zionist agenda — at...