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Stories by Moya Bailey
Posted on: May 23, 2004, Source: WireTap
Students at Spelman College protest Nelly's video "Tip Drill."
A Call to Black Youth
Posted on: Feb 15, 2004, Source: WireTap
If everyone voted change could come. The kind of change we want to see in this country could be realized -- we just have to make it real.
The Colored Section
Posted on: Aug 24, 2003, Source: WireTap
Donnie's debut album combines racially charged lyrics and a neo soul groove.
Being Pimped Ain't Easy
Posted on: Mar 30, 2003, Source: WireTap
Misogyny, patriarchy, and the degradation of Black women in rap music are ignored or overlooked by the bigwigs in the Black community.
Pride or Prejudice?
Posted on: Jun 2, 2002, Source: WireTap
A young African American woman finds that some stereotypes about feminists -- like the image of a "man-hating lesbian" -- still hold strong.
Black TV: What's Wrong With This Picture?
Posted on: Mar 11, 2002, Source: WireTap
Have things gotten better or worse since the Cosby show? What do you think of the way African Americans are portrayed on telelvision? Moya gives us her thoughts on the state of Black TV today and makes some suggestions what to change and how.
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