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MLK Celebration 2014: Protesting for Change

On Monday Jalil Bishop ’14, current president of the Afro-American Society addressed the audience in Moore auditorium at the Keynote Address of Dartmouth College’s Annual Celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr. We have posted the transcript of the speech and a video of the protest which followed below. I am not here today to be […]

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About Us.

A publication of the Afro-American Society, Black Praxis is an undergraduate literary magazine dedicated to providing news and commentary on the ever-changing events at Dartmouth and around the world. Black Praxis was established through the efforts of Black students who felt the need for a more comprehensive news medium within the College. The office is […]

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Meltdown By Nikkita McPherson ’13 T i g h t l y molded    for     the liking of them. Melting    against     brick walls Carved   cement,    yearning for      imprints      of     roots evergreen. Trucks    enter    into    canals    of darkness, Massaging vessels of graciousness Being     engulfed      by       patient, overwhelming, welcomed    power. […]

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Are You Like Me?

Are You Like Me By Robert Esnard ’14 Are you like me? Do you like the fall? I love the word fall Because where I grew up fall fell from the heavens In colors on the trees that were cemented in a row To line the sidewalk as I would go On my walk home […]

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