The Paper Winter 2017 Now Available in “Archive.”
By Maya Doig-Acuña Our country is deeply fragmented in this moment, or more aptly, fault lines have always drawn boundaries … More
My depression manifests when I feel myself losing control; the medical term for it is obsessive compulsive disorder.
Here at The Paper we want to strike the stigma from all types of disabilities that society deems as a hinderance.
By: Destiny Jenesis At the beginning of November, rapper Lil Wayne had an interview with ABC Nightline reporter Linsey Davis … More
As college students who are soon to be thrusted into the career world around us, we need to learn how to … More
Here is our OVERDUE copy of the Spring 2016 issue here. Look for future issues in the upcoming months. Leave … More
Written By Andres Valcarcel Photos by Gabriela Vasconez Manhattan – Last Sunday CUNY students, faculty, and Assembly members congregated at … More
In case you haven’t seen it in print yet, take a look at our Summer 2015 issue. Here’s the PDF: The … More
Helping African-American girls succeed By Carrie Jeremy Starasia Mackline, a bright and outgoing 8th grade student in my after-school program, … More
If “Fresh Off the Boat” stopped pandering to a white audience it would be a better show by Massiel Ramos … More
Put the hip-hop category on television where it belongs By Keevin Brown African-American culture has been the subject of white … More
Stop criticizing women of color about our hair By N. Grant At the recent Oscar show, Disney Channel actress Zendaya … More
In 1989, Yusef Salaam and four other Harlem teenagers, were arrested for raping a woman in a notorious incident known … More
Reclaiming $1 trillion of aggressive African-American buying power by Andres Davoren Jr. The media often portrays Black people in America … More