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Maya Cade
Executive Editor
Maya Cade is the Executive Editor and Founder of A Tribe Called News. She is passionate about all things digital, minority and women. Formerly, Maya was the Deputy Editor of Howard University's Hilltop Newspaper. A Tribe Called News is her baby and vision. Follow her on Twitter @mayascade.
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his Father’s Day weekend, my mind keeps running back to the strong fictional images of fatherhood throughout my lifetime. The most prevalent of those being Bill Cosby’s role as Heathcliff ...
Black girl lounging in bed. Photo via Flickr (Good_1)

In the Fall of 2012 during my freshman year at Howard University, I was introduced to the grave effects of sexual assault by my friend, Alice.* Alice and I were ...

n mid-November, Accountable Journalism hit cyberspace. The Ethical Journalism Network and Reynolds Journalism Institute backed project aims to become the largest database of press ethic codes online. The resource site ...

April Reign, who spearheaded the #OscarsSoWhite hashtag, will be live-tweeting “The Wood” with some of her 22,000 Twitter followers during the telecast of the 88th Academy Awards tonight.  As part ...

The Center for Medical Progress (CMP), an anti-abortion group, leaked deceptively edited videos earlier this summer that showcased Planned Parenthood employees speaking in offhand conversation about the selling of fetal tissue. The video series ...

arlier this summer, Center for Medical Progress, (CMP) anti-abortion group, leaked deceptively edited videos that showcased Planned Parenthood employees speaking in offhand conversation about the selling of fetal tissue. The ...

In many “progressive” digital and non-digital circles,  Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont), a Democratic candidate for president, is “the one” and “the only.” At this point in the campaign, it is ...

Look, you know as well as I do that Hollywood is notoriously white. We’ve written about it here. But a new Tumblr-based video project aims to illustrate the issue that ...

You read the headline correctly and we’re going to keep this short and simple. Though Black Music Month has passed, the #CarefreeBlackGirl Summer is here. This playlist is for all ...

Whispers have been circulating for years about Ms. Jackson’s return from her 2008 critically and commercially-acclaimed  “Discipline.” So much so, the notoriously private songstress took to Twitter to put a rest ...