Knowing that black women are often not valued for our voices, is it even worth calling these women out? Lakin Starling: I forget to give myself credit a lot.Facebook is reportedly working on a video chat device for your living room.
The story was about a young black man brutalized by police on video, with an indictment decision pending.
As the story unfolds, Zoey expresses her frustrations and fears about the lack of progress society has made.
We don't care if you are rich or poor, the color of your skin tone, what or where you from, all we care is that you be yourself and learn from that...beyond labels, culture classifications, or any box you feel comfortable in..are here to go beyond those things, and out the box.
The unrelenting fight against anti-blackness and misogyny is exhausting.
The laptop-sized touchscreen and smart camera technology is said to make it so people connecting digitally through the device feel like they're actually in the same room.
This is the first major product from the company's experimental Building 8 lab, which launched last year to develop hardware products, and is also rumoured to be working on a phone and a smart speaker.
This is the first major product from the company's experimental Building 8 lab, which launched last year to develop hardware products to further push users into the Facebook system comprised of the the newsfeed, messenger and more Sources say Facebook's Building 8 hardware lab is working on a video chat device for your living room.
It will have a laptop-sized screen, wide-angle camera, microphone, and speaker boasted by AI.
Yara Shahidi of ABC's "black-ish" makes the case for encouraging young women to go into STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) programs during a video chat with Los Angeles Times staff writer Yvonne Villarreal.
As the eldest daughter on ABC's "black-ish," Yara Shahidi is a voice for Generation Z.
A lot of us know that the world will only value us if we are producing something, which probably contributes to why we work so hard. I personally do not know a single black woman that doesn’t work hard.