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Tamika Cody (Arts Of Cultures)
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Multimedia writer, editor, video journalist and storyteller
Multimedia writer, editor, video journalist and storyteller

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Internet Not an Option, Now What?
Would you know how to fill your day if you didn't have the Internet?  Well, there was a time when most of us relied on creativity to occupy our day without the help of the World Wide Web.  An article penned by Emma Rathbone gently reminded readers of what i...
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Black Owned Business of Jersey City it's Time to Share Your Story
Are you a Black business owner or entrepreneur in Jersey City with a compelling story? If the answer is yes, we want to feature you. Your profile piece will be featured here on the multimedia blog, The JC Resident as well as Black Wall Street Jersey City’s ...
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Get the Skinny on Squeeze'D
In this episode of the podcast, Livin' in Jersey City ( formerly What is Jersey City ), we were joined by Carolyn Texadore, co-owner of the mobile juicing bar Squeeze'D.  After realizing there wasn't a place to get fresh juices in Jersey City, Carolyn and h...
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Mr. AbiLLity Shares his Views on Gentrification
( Mr. AbiLLity:  via mrabillity.com ) Jersey City artist, Mr. AbiLLity, takes his place on the mic to discuss what he's been up to since the 2016 Monopoly mural fiasco.  The man behind the "iLL" also shares his views of the gentrification taking place throu...
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Mommy never told me why or how she came up with my name, but these days I'm feeling much better about my name Tamika.

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How I Came to Love My Black Name
The following is an edited excerpt from my memoir in progress, Mommy Wasn't There Over the years, I've gone through a love hate relationship with my first name - Tamika.  My graduating high school class of 1993, had at least five Tamikas. I didn't feel uniq...
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