Sundus Hassan

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Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, the lives of many Black Americans have been completely upended. From the troubles of economic insecurity, anxiety, and sickness to having to quarantine and social distance; much of what used to be...
While many Black Americans continue to grapple with the impacts of systematic racism under the coronavirus pandemic, our community simultaneously is dealing with the traumatic events of Ahmaud Arbery’s death in Brunswick, Georgia. Though there are many inquiries surrounding...
This week on Dear Culture’s sixth episode, “One Crisis, Two Americas,” co-hosts Natasha S. Alford and Gerren Keith Gaynor probe into the question of what we, as a nation, should prioritize during the COVID-19 pandemic.
TheGrio Dear Culture podcast's fifth episode, “Hell No, We Won’t Go...Outside” explores the challenges Black people face when it comes to trusting the words and laws of the United States government.
Dear Culture’s fourth episode, “What’s Really #BlackAF?” probes into the question of Black representation in media with Hollywood royalty, Kenya Barris. Though Barris is widely known for his autobiographical television shows, Black-ish and Mixed-ish, Barris has been a film...
On the latest episode of theGrio's flagship podcast, Dear Culture, author and mogul Daymond John dropped gems with hosts Natasha S. Alford and Gerren Keith Gaynor about overcoming obstacles and tapping into your own power. “People don't like being pigeonholed, but...
Although the recent COVID-19 pandemic has fueled a national conversation about how to create an inclusive and stable economy in times of emergency, for Black Americans the conversation is anything but new. A growing pandemic only adds more strife to an...