Unapologetically: Black Women talk about taking up Space Without asking for Permission

Black women are taking up space unapologetically. Sis is embracing her body, leading the charge, giving gratitude to our sister circles and doing it in her prettiest, posh, powerful and poppin’ ensembles. 

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Vinegar Hill Magazine Awarded $50,000 Grant from Borealis Philanthropy

Vinegar Hill Magazine Awarded $50,000 Grant from Borealis Philanthropy

      Vinegar Hill Magazine is proud to announce that we have been granted a $50,000 award from the Borealis Philanthropy’s Racial Equity in Journalism Fund (REJ) ‘which seeks to strengthen a future where communities of color are powerful.’ The REJ does this ‘by nourishing and building up the capacity and sustainability of both news organizations and journalism ecosystem partners led by people...

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The Women Who Get It, Get It

The Women Who Get It, Get It

by Khalilah Jones  Photographer: Brian Dunn ⁠ Wardrobe Stylist: Khalilah Jones⁠ Models: Ciera, Courtney, Juanika, Khalilah, Reyshawn, Sabrina, Shaniece, Shenise⁠   Black women are taking up space unapologetically. Sis is embracing her body, leading the charge, giving gratitude to our sister circles and doing it in her prettiest, posh, powerful and poppin’ ensembles.  No longer feeling...

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You Get What You Focus On: Antwon Brinson’s Vision of Using Food to Build Community

You Get What You Focus On: Antwon Brinson’s Vision of Using Food to Build Community

by Antwon Brinson | CEO Culinary Concepts AB | Main Photo by Sera Petras This story was published as a part of Charlottesville Inclusive Media Project's: First Person C-Ville In my younger years, I was full of misplaced energy and lacked focus. To be completely honest, I had no clue what I wanted to pursue, and the expectations facing me and my friends– young Black men, many of us from...

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In Charlottesville’s ‘summer of hate,’ a Chinese American pastor found his place in the struggle for civil rights

In Charlottesville’s ‘summer of hate,’ a Chinese American pastor found his place in the struggle for civil rights

Michael Cheuk (third from the left in the red clergy stole) marched at Justice Park in Charlottesville, in opposition to a rally by the Ku Klux Klan on July 8, 2017. David McNair/The DTM by Michael Cheuk On Aug. 12, 2017, I spent the day at First United Methodist Church, helping counterprotesters and faith leaders communicate while white supremacists, neo-Nazis and racists marched the streets of...

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