Race in DC (#RCDC) is a blog about gentrification, race and class in DC as well as other cities including Oakland, San Francisco, the borough of Brooklyn, Chicago and Atlanta. The US is changing in significant ways, let's discuss it.
Race in DC is founded by doctoral student and veteran blogger @ReninaCortez. You can find my work at Racialicious, The Crunk Feminist Collective and Clutch Mag online.
Tags: Black women, Ownership, Video Vixens, Honey Magazine, Clutch Magazine I’ve been obsessed with the idea of Black women and ownership for the last year or so. So I was particularly intrigued when I saw a post on tumblr by … Continue reading → […]
Pantry staples are not the best building material. “Full cans of food are less stable than you think,” says Andrea Ryon of Michael Baker International, one of 28 local architecture firms vying for such awards as “Best Meal” and “Best Use of Labels” in this year’s Canstruction contest at the National Building Museum. All proceeds, plus about 65,000 cans, go t […]
Finally got a chance to get down to the riverfront to see this. Incredible. #HealSTL pic.twitter.com/v9uqouU1Zu — Antonio French (@AntonioFrench) September 1, 2014 Summer closed with a bang. Six bangs, to be specific. The shooting of Michael Brown by police officer Darren Wilson sparked an international uproar. Ferguson, Missouri became the latest chapter in […]