Since the creation of Affinity Magazine in 2013, we knew we wanted to be a different type of news outlet.
Personally, I really don’t care to hear anything a white supremacist has to say. So why they continue to be
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While protesting at Charlottesville, Heather Heyer died after a car slammed into a group of people protesting against racism and
Last month, we made the poor decision to make a tweet about white people saying they age like bananas. In
A Number Of Police Have Been Arrested For Human Trafficking — Could They Be A Part Of The Missing Girls In DC?
The increased media coverage of the black and latinx girls missing in DC has started a national discussion on whether
With the new buzz about the reboot of Beauty and The Beast, people are once again talking about this unforgettable
I have been seeing many posts about black girls going missing. Usually, they’re around my age and from my area,
It’s true, the things you say on the internet come back to haunt you. When I started Affinity, I didn’t
Kim J — Johansson is no stranger to the internet. She began her internet fame on Tumblr and soon it followed her to Instagram and Twitter. “It’s still crazy to me when I think about the following that I have online. I forget that it’s really real.” She says, “I can’t believe that there are real people behind the numbers who find me interesting enough to follow. It’s pretty cool though that we can all connect with things we relate to.” Kim never in a million years thought she would become this fa