This article analyzes John Singleton's coming-of-age tale, Boys N The Hood, from a social work perspective. It delves deeper into his debut film, specifically looking at the protagonist of the story, Trey Syles, and his character development through the lens of middle childhood.
This article analyzes the past, present and future impact of organized religion on Black people, specifically ADOS. It takes a culturally competent look into the "Black Church" for the purposes of communal uplift, empowerment and innovation in America.
A social issue report which aims to add to the body of knowledge on homelessness in America, and to provide innovative advocacy interventions for future community or social ventures within the homeless arena.
Help break the silence and join hundreds of other brave voices focused on ending domestic violence. The devastating consequences of this major issue can cross generations & last a lifetime.
An exploration into the ever changing field of mass media. In this article, you will learn about the different basic functions of the media, its audience impact and its profound implications.
This article examines a specific piece of housing legislation, namely AB 2222, which impacts Los Angeles County and beyond.
There are many different feminist frameworks. This article outlines the various perspectives, theories, applications, and criticisms of "feminist theory," which is relevant to social work practice.
Awesome tips for social workers that can also be used by anyone. It is important to be cognizant of personal safety approaches because it can literally save your life one day.
The water cycle describes the continuous movement of all the water on Earth. It is important to ecosystem dynamics as it has a major influence on climate and, thus, on the environments of ecosystems.
A must-see film, lost for more than 30 years, about a former CIA agent who organizes Black radicals into well-trained guerrilla bands that are determined to overthrow the American establishment.
Public Relations is the process of communicating favorable info about something to the public, including both positive relations and publicity along with interactions through the media.
This shocking film made Roots look like an episode of Sesame Street. It is about the rise and revolt of slavery in America. This film is certainly not for the squeamish, so watch it at your own risk.
Soul music originated in the U.S. around the 1960s. This popular genre & the Civil Rights Movement had a duel impact on each other; the music transformed from mere entertainment to true activism.
An overview of the scope of the problem of dating and domestic violence on college campuses.
Family Dynamics of Domestic Violence and the effects on children's well being.
Ellen Pence was a scholar and a social activist. She was a pioneer in the domestic violence field and created innovative strategies to deal with this prevalent issue.
'City of God' is a sweeping tale that spans from the 60’s to the 1980’s in Rio de Janeiro. It's about two violent gangs, made up of mostly teens and kids, fighting for control of their streets.
"The Men Who Killed Kennedy" is a nine part investigative study that looks into the events surrounding the controversial assassination of President, John F. Kennedy.
A new way of thinking about community, family, mental health, and the military by analyzing the 2002 American biographical drama film entitled, "Antwone Fisher", directed by Denzel Washington.
Analysis and review of the 2012 documentary film, The Invisible War, which shines light on the astronomical nature of sexual assault in the United States military.
Who are they? A statistical profile of the largest generation, "The Baby Boomers".
The Met Gala 2015 upset some about Cultural Appropriation. Read to find out what it is and why it can be offensive to people.
"What's Underneath" : Black Power Weed - A short film about a naive, White girl who "blazes trees" with her friends and chokes on the fact that she isn't the same person when her high comes down.
Skin Whitening is an epidemic that has been very visible around the globe, but why do women do it? And, is it safe?
Mary Mary's, Tina Campbell, disclosed her husband's prolonged infidelity throughout Season 3 of her hit Reality TV Show, "Mary Mary", on WE TV. But why did she stay with him?
Nicki Minaj publicly admits her continued struggle with suicidal thoughts; however, her peers, colleagues, & fans disregard her emotions & literally laugh in her face. What does that say about us?
Keke Wyatt attributes her outright belligerence to her combined ethnicity on TV One's hit reality show, "R&B Divas". But, something deeper lies beneath her aggressive, warlike behavior...
The Real Housewives Atlanta has become a strange and fascinating phenomenon centered around egotistical, self-deluded, "D list" women perpetuating antiquated Black stereotypes.