Category Archives: Social

Articles that include or pertain to all social aspects.

The Giver Shirt

Here on Black Scribe we often talk about issues related to the economy/finances, current events and other relevant topics that our generation is familiar with. This week we would like to highlight an incredible company, called The Giver Shirt, that’s

The Giver Shirt

Here on Black Scribe we often talk about issues related to the economy/finances, current events and other relevant topics that our generation is familiar with. This week we would like to highlight an incredible company, called The Giver Shirt, that’s

Marriage and Relationships: A Changing Dynamic

On May 8th of this year, Amendment One was passed in North Carolina, by a surprising margin getting 61 percent of the votes, solidifying the illegality of same-sex marriage by adding the ban to the State Constitution. Civil unions and

Marriage and Relationships: A Changing Dynamic

On May 8th of this year, Amendment One was passed in North Carolina, by a surprising margin getting 61 percent of the votes, solidifying the illegality of same-sex marriage by adding the ban to the State Constitution. Civil unions and

Hopeful Romantic

I speak for the population of singles who don’t devalue the notion of marriage or question the validity of its existence in our increasingly progressive society. There’s a minority out there that still believes everyone has a soulmate, and your

Hopeful Romantic

I speak for the population of singles who don’t devalue the notion of marriage or question the validity of its existence in our increasingly progressive society. There’s a minority out there that still believes everyone has a soulmate, and your

Bridging the Gap

“Bridging the Gap” is a look into the ways that people, primarily men and women, are hardwired to communicate, and how that can affect relationships. D. Jeralds gives his perspective from experience, citing Deborah Tannen’s 1990 Washington Post article, “Sex,

Bridging the Gap

“Bridging the Gap” is a look into the ways that people, primarily men and women, are hardwired to communicate, and how that can affect relationships. D. Jeralds gives his perspective from experience, citing Deborah Tannen’s 1990 Washington Post article, “Sex,

A Couple Thoughts About Love

“There are three categories. Being alone, living alone, and feeling lonely.” – Eric Klinenberg. While the three mentioned categories may overlap, they are separate entities with their own needs, feelings, and perceptions of what love is. Singles are more prominent

A Couple Thoughts About Love

“There are three categories. Being alone, living alone, and feeling lonely.” – Eric Klinenberg. While the three mentioned categories may overlap, they are separate entities with their own needs, feelings, and perceptions of what love is. Singles are more prominent

Letters from the editors, MLK Day

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated April 4, 1968 at the age of 39, in Memphis Tennessee. This year he would have celebrated 83 years. I first became aware of color in the world on an MLK Jr. Day

Letters from the editors, MLK Day

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated April 4, 1968 at the age of 39, in Memphis Tennessee. This year he would have celebrated 83 years. I first became aware of color in the world on an MLK Jr. Day

Start Something That Matters [Book Review]

To many of us success is defined and then outlined by what we perceive on TV or elsewhere, through successful people. Normally, it ties to the amount of physical possessions and/or the quality of those possessions. Most of these definitions

Start Something That Matters [Book Review]

To many of us success is defined and then outlined by what we perceive on TV or elsewhere, through successful people. Normally, it ties to the amount of physical possessions and/or the quality of those possessions. Most of these definitions