The Chocolate Report: My (Mis) Adventures in Tomorrowland

This former YouTube web series-­‐turned-­‐ column promises to continue its reign as the one-­‐stop shop for all things Chocolate-­‐news related, giving readers a look at the daily musings of former reporter turned media specialist Aziza Jackson. 

 

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  • Beyoncé is great. But can we talk about Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie please? Photo: Beyoncé: Mrs. Carter Tour/Wikipedia

    Beyoncé's new album in a nutshell: 'We should all be feminists'

    Beyoncé is great. But can we talk about Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie please? Published 10:03 p.m. December 14, 2013 - Comments

     
  • This film is the kind of

    Why I refused to see 'Baggage Claim'

    This film is the kind of "baggage" intelligent black women don't need. Published 8:07 p.m. November 19, 2013 - Comments

     
  • Monday's highly-anticipated VH1 biopic on legendary girl group TLC is long overdue. Why? Let's take a look...

    Why TLC is a big deal

    Monday's highly-anticipated VH1 biopic on legendary girl group TLC is long overdue. Why? Let's take a look... Published 9:11 a.m. October 17, 2013 - Comments

     
  • Lorde's

    Lorde's 'Royals' is not racist

    Lorde's "Royals" denounces a consumerism culture contingent on today's youth. Black and white doesn't matter in Tomorrowland. Only green. Published 11:24 a.m. October 11, 2013 - Comments

     
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Aziza Jackson

Aziza Jackson

Aziza Jackson is a 26-year-old Los Angeles, CA native who enjoys long walks on the beach and romantic dinners by candlelight. Aziza earned her bachelor’s degree in Mass Communication with an emphasis in print journalism from Bennett College in ...

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Aziza Jackson is a 26-year-old Los Angeles, CA native who enjoys long walks on the beach and romantic dinners by candlelight. Aziza earned her bachelor’s degree in Mass Communication with an emphasis in print journalism from Bennett College in Greensboro, N.C.

After graduating from Bennett College she was accepted into a fellowship community journalism program at The University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa. After graduating from the program with a master’s degree in community journalism in August of 2010 she was hired as a reporter at The Daily Home newspaper in Talladega, AL.

She now works as a Media & Communications Specialist at Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind that provides services to deaf, blind, and deaf-­‐blind citizens throughout the state of Alabama. 

 

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