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Algorithms of Oppression by Safiya Umoja Noble

Posted by Simba Sloane

“Deep machine learning, which is using algorithms to replicate human thinking, is predicated on specific values from specific kinds of people- namely, the most powerful institutions in society and those who control them.” 
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“Deep machine learning, which is using algorithms to replicate human thinking, is predicated on specific values from specific kinds of people- namely, the most powerful institutions in society and those who control them.” 
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FIREBIRD - Book Review by Sade Magazine

Thanks to Sadé Magazine and our youngest reviewer  Sadé along with Davina for this amazing video review of FIREBIRD
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Thanks to Sadé Magazine and our youngest reviewer  Sadé along with Davina for this amazing video review of FIREBIRD
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Good Vibes, Good Life by Vex King

Posted by Simba Sloane

This book, very broadly, covers the law of attraction, the law of vibration (good vibes vs bad vibes), positive lifestyle habits, manifestation, meditation and more.
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This book, very broadly, covers the law of attraction, the law of vibration (good vibes vs bad vibes), positive lifestyle habits, manifestation, meditation and more.
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The Truths We Hold : An American Journey book review

Posted by Simba Sloane

This book, written in 2018, is Harris’ account of important political moments from her career, a book that also provides a small looking glass into moments from her personal life
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This book, written in 2018, is Harris’ account of important political moments from her career, a book that also provides a small looking glass into moments from her personal life
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Well-Read Black girl by Glory Edim book review

Posted by Simba Sloane

The book’s collection of essays is grouped into sections, each punctuated by handy recommended reading lists of books written by black women. These reading lists explore classic novels (demystifying the version of ‘classics’ I grew up reading in my Lit classes!), black girlhood and friendships, science-fiction and fantasy, poetry and more.⁠⠀
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The book’s collection of essays is grouped into sections, each punctuated by handy recommended reading lists of books written by black women. These reading lists explore classic novels (demystifying the version of ‘classics’ I grew up reading in my Lit classes!), black girlhood and friendships, science-fiction and fantasy, poetry and more.⁠⠀
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