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The best DSLR cameras you can buy

<i>The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you'll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships, so we get a share of the revenue from your purchase.</i><p>The Insider Pick:<p>The digital camera market is in the midst of a significant change. Smartphone cameras are taking control of the low end …

Cameras

The Radical Uses of Anger: All White Women Aren’t the Enemy, but White Supremacy Always Is

Black women have never labored under the assumption that all womanhood is created equal in a white supremacist society.<p>We have had to fight for …

Feminism

Being black in a world where white lies matter

In a world of fake news and alternative facts, fabricated fears can have serious consequences<p>Last week, <i>Vanity Fair</i> reported that the woman who in …

NAFTA and other trade deals have not gutted American manufacturing — period

Politically speaking, there was no debate on United States international trade agreements in 2016: All politicians seeking to win a national election, or even to create a party-spanning political coalition, agree that our trade agreements are bad things.<p>From the left, we had Democratic presidential …

Globalization

Malcolm X Told Us Everything We Need To Know About Donald Trump's Meetings With Black Celebrities

Human rights activist Malcolm X knew better than most how white supremacy and racism operate ― and he broke it down clearly in a 1964 speech entitled “The Ballot or the Bullet.”<p>The address, which he delivered in Detroit, was meant to dissuade black folks from blindly following white politicians who …

Donald Trump

Martin Luther King, Jr., the radical: 9 MLK quotes the media won’t cite

The words of the real MLK were far more radical than today’s cherry-picked lines<p><i>This article originally appeared on AlterNet.</i><p>The Martin Luther King Jr. who is cynically trotted out every time racial unrest erupts in our cities is the MLK who can be conveniently used to prop up the status quo. He is …

Black History

9 Apps to Kickstart Your Mental Health Resolutions

While it’s always a good idea to make it a resolution to get fit and eat healthy in the New Year, we’re also making it a priority to get our brains in shape by trying to live more mindfully in 2017. That’s why we decided to set ourselves up for success (because let’s be honest — sticking to a New …

Mental Health

50 places to travel to in 2017

While it may be hard to believe, 2016 is coming to a close, meaning that it's time to look ahead to 2017.<p>Whether you consider yourself a tourist, a traveler, or a weekend warrior, one thing is universal: you travel to see and experience new things.<p>To help you do this, we've put together the …

Cape Town

How Far Back Can You Trace My Black Family?

Dear Professor Gates:<p><i>I have a lot of questions regarding my family's history. With my grandfather's recent passing, I was compelled to finally write</i> …

Genealogy

Kali Nicole Gross: Dissecting A Startling Crime

In this week's episode of <i>Scheer Intelligence</i>, Robert Scheer speaks with Kali Nicole Gross, Wesleyan University professor of African-American Studies and author of the recent book <i>Hannah Mary Tabbs and the Dismembered Torso</i>. The two discuss tensions between African-Americans and the criminal justice …

Women of Color