Priscilla Ward

Priscilla Ward is an over-caffeinated, D.C.-based writer, running enthusiast, music explorer, and founder of BLCKNLIT. You can find her tweeting @Macaronifro.

The emotional labor of being a Kanye West fan is not paying off Priscilla Ward
How racism became our zeitgeist Priscilla Ward
Black pain isn't a video game: The possibilities and pitfalls of virtual reality in the Black Lives Matter era Priscilla Ward
Beyoncé's radical invitation: In "Lemonade," a blueprint for black women working through pain Priscilla Ward
"An outburst of emotions black America can relate to": Kendrick Lamar's newest release feels like the back story to his masterpiece, "To Pimp a Butterfly" Priscilla Ward
White Beyoncé haters don't get it: "Formation" isn't "race-baiting" — but it is unapologetically about race Priscilla Ward
I'm tired of suppressing myself to get along with white people Priscilla Ward
"To Pimp a Butterfly": Kendrick Lamar's unapologetic black American dream Priscilla Ward
I'm tired of suppressing myself to get along with white people Priscilla Ward
D'Angelo's sultry return: Why we needed a “Black Messiah" right now Priscilla Ward
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