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Kahlil-haywood Kahlil Haywood

Kahlil is a writer and editor from Brooklyn, NY. His past work has been featured with Madame Noire and EBONY Magazine. He currently functions as an editor for Blavity U and is here to open the eyes of the world to our culture.

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The Brooklyn Nets Celebrate HBCU Night At Barclays Center

The Brooklyn Nets know the importance of recognizing the contributions of Black people to our society year round. However during Black History Month, they do like to put a little more stank on their endeavors. Each of their home games this season highlighted Black excellence in the classroom, in the workplace and in the sports arena. This past Thursday on February 24th, the...

Jemele Hill Believes Healthy Discussion Is Key To Uniting Black People Politically

BlavityU had the honor of chatting with renowned journalist, activist, and brand new actor, Jemele Hill. Hill has always exhibited authenticity, whether it was on ESPN, her work with The Atlantic, or through her very own podcast Jemele Hill Is Unbothered. She brought that same candor while recently speaking with our BlavityU audience.During our discussion, we touched on everything from...