Human Parts
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Human Parts

Past Is Prologue

Blackness Is Not a Monolith, But It Is a Collective Consciousness

I don’t share a history of enslavement with Black Americans — but what we do share transcends oceans and generations

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“Story, story, time, time.” The echoes of my childhood reverberate in my mind, reminding me of when I would…

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Cindy-Liz Ikie

Cindy-Liz Ikie

PhD Bioscience Research Scholar and Black Human Rights Activist. CEO of Sensei-M: The Millennials Networking Atlas.

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