“If the Black woman wasn’t born, she’d have to be invented.” -Nikki Giovanni This is the glorious thing about Black History Month. You find these gems, hidden and fabulous within … Continue reading 28 (29) Days Of Blackness-Black Girls Get It Done: Remembering The 6888th Central Postal Delivery Battalion
There is a power and mystique to a being a Black girl moving about in the world. There is a power source to this Black Girl Magic. With that said, … Continue reading 29 Days Of Blackness: Protect Black Girls
I must admit, as a kid, I loved playing dress up. I loved the ability to pair clothing, imagination and talent into something else. For a while, I wanted to … Continue reading 28 (29) Days Of Blackness: The Kids Are LARPing & Cosplaying. That Doesn't Mean They Wanna Be White!
Happy New Year Everyone! By now, you have relished in what I like to call: The Adult Holiday. Yes, good people! New Years is for US! No crumb-snatchers allowed (If … Continue reading The Power of The Adult Holiday
Happy New Year Dear Ones! No flying cars, nothing we saw on the throwback cartoon The Jetsons, or on Back To The Future (Good job, McFly!). But yet, we are … Continue reading HAPPY NEW YEAR!
I was 5 when I stopped believing in Santa Claus. Now, you gotta understand—in 1986? You couldn’t FIND a Black Santa anywhere! So, my concept of Santa was a white … Continue reading The Santa Problem
This is the time of year where we reflect, remember and try to reconcile. Earlier this year, we did Letter To Our Younger Selves. In keeping with this season of … Continue reading Come As You Are, As You Were