Many people hit a point in their lives when they realized this year was like nothing they could have expected.
Nicole Phillip is The Daily Beast's former Senior Social Media Editor. Her most notable work of writing, a piece for The Times on the racism she experienced in Italy during a summer abroad, earned her international recognition. Before this role, Nicole worked on the major "1619 Project" initiative as the social live stream producer, video editor, and off-platform and user-generated content editor.
My experience of an abusive partner blew a hole through long-held beliefs about myself. I’m not too strong to be targeted by an insecure, vengeful, emotionally manipulative person.
When the taxi pulled up to the white stone entranceway of the Carlisle Bay Resort in Antigua, I knew this was about to make up for my past travel mistakes.
I'm conquering my fear of guns. My fear of the police is another matter.
When you find out your hairdresser supports outlandish and dangerous conspiracies, do you break up with them no matter how slick they make your dreadlocks look?
For all its loud headlines over the last few weeks, Harry and Meghan biography “Finding Freedom” fails to fully interrogate the complex mechanics of interracial relationships.
A few months ago, my Instagram explore page started filling with this seemingly simple do-it-yourself nail process.
I reluctantly set up a virtual dermatology visit, but I had little hope. That was until my doctor recommended the ISDIN Isdinceutics Night Peel.
People know what can happen when they call the police on Black people. So why would anyone still be so quick to call 911 in situations that do not absolutely require it?
Sometimes it feels like even Black people too easily forget about Black women. Actually, “forget” is doing a lot of work here: Too many people just don’t care. At least not enough.