Musings (A Medgar Evers College Student Blog)
Musings is a blog featuring the writings of Medgar Evers College students from the English department. On a regular basis, they contribute essays that address a variety of topics ranging from pop culture to Black literature. Please read and enjoy...leave a comment, too! We'd love to hear from you.
Lori Madison Was a Human Being
Ups and Downs
The Black Voice and its Place in Literature
Living the Spoken Word
Black Voices Remaining Afloat
The Genius of Frida Kahlo
The Greatness of Manga
Black Women and Cervical Cancer
A Tribute to John Oliver Killens
My Discovery of John Oliver Killens
Learning about John Oliver Killens
A Little Money Aside (Lessons Learned from the COVID-19 Pandemic)
Groundhog Day (Lessons Learned from the COVID-19 Pandemic)
Being An Introvert: A Blessing and a Curse (Lessons Learned from the COVID-19 Pandemic)
Take Nothing for Granted (Lessons Learned from the COVID-19 Pandemic)
Rosa Parks: Bus Boycott, Civil Rights & Facts
Attachment Styles in Love
Response to the NBWC Biennial Symposium 2021
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