Net neutrality is the principle that internet service providers will treat all data coming through their networks equally.
With songs like “I Go To Work” “Wild Wild West” and the one all the old school heads remember “How Ya Like Me Now” Moe was a force to be reckoned with in his era.
Afro-futurism is the exploration of science fiction themes and how technological advances will affect the Black experience.
Professor Timothy Askew of Clark Atlanta University says that the Black National Anthem is “racially separatist and divisive.” Mr. Askew goes even further, and says that the song is “for everybody” and does not specifically refer to African-Americans.
According to a recent statement from the NYPL, The Schomburg is safe. This is indeed great news to hear, and a reassuring thing for the entire Harlem community.