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Posts From Rhema Joy Bell

How to honestly move on from a problematic past

    How to honestly move on from a problematic past

As the value of a clean digital footprint grows, many celebrities feel cancel culture’s intended purpose is to permanently write someone off. The reason why many public figures do not

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Remembering George Floyd’s death 1 year later

    Remembering George Floyd’s death 1 year later

As a child, I was taught about the African American trailblazers who made it possible for me to play sports, go to school and enjoy freedoms similar to my non-Black

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The truth about professionalism and social media

    The truth about professionalism and social media

As a student journalist, practicing strict social media etiquette is non-negotiable. I have never been the person to air their dirty laundry on the timeline, so it took me a

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Navigating the holiday season during a pandemic

    Navigating the holiday season during a pandemic

Like most children, I used to anticipate the holiday season for the gifts I would receive. In my teen years, I craved the holiday season for the long break from

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Christians who support Trump are an embarrassment to the Christian faith

    Christians who support Trump are an embarrassment to the Christian faith

I grew up in non-denominational churches, so I am quite familiar with the values of the Christian faith. The entire

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How Trump’s presidency exemplifies American white privilege

    How Trump’s presidency exemplifies American white privilege

Donald Trump’s presidential term was riddled with unprecedented debacles. With tax fraud, sexual assault allegations and celebrity feuds, Trump’s unconventional

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Campus involvement is more important than ever

    Campus involvement is more important than ever

As a first-year transfer student, I questioned joining any organizations in the era of COVID-19. I wondered if I could

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How Megan Thee Stallion represents African American women

    How Megan Thee Stallion represents African American women

Since Megan Thee Stallion impacted the music industry in 2018 with her critically acclaimed EP, “Tina Snow,”  I have admired

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Cancelling spring break is hypocritical

    Cancelling spring break is hypocritical

With over one million deaths worldwide at the hands of COVID-19, I approached this academic year aware it would be

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The performative nature of casting Black actors in remakes of white stories

    The performative nature of casting Black actors in remakes of white stories

As an African American woman, I know how portraying Black people in diverse roles is incredibly important. Black people deserve

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