These two don’t know it yet, but I am their official little sister. I love their power, knowledge and commitment to the uplifting of Black women. bThat fact is, the … Continue reading What A Revolutionary Should Look Like: Young. Intersected. And Black.
We can’t celebrate Women’s History Month without putting a spotlight on the beauty and essentialness of sisterhood. I am not talking DNA, genetics, or chromosomal sisters. I am speaking on … Continue reading Sisters By Soul
It’s the second day of the new year. One more year before we are twenty years into the new millennium. Can you believe it? I’m still looking forward to my … Continue reading The Change You Wanna Be In The World
There is something about being grateful! It makes you expectant and hopeful about what it is you must do! Think of it this way. Gratitude is what oils your joy! … Continue reading In The Light, Choking The Dark
As a woman a faith, I have to remember the anchor scripture of the joy of the Lord is your strength. Things like gratitude journals have become buzz words and … Continue reading Your Life Should Be A Gratitude Journal
There is a need I have now to realize that I am not Superwoman. The harder thing is believing that. Believing that I cannot do or be everything or all … Continue reading In Processing The Appreciating
There are always these worlds that break open when women die. When my grandmother died almost five years ago, it was surreal to go the home she had … Continue reading Legacies & Lighthouses: Living As Your Own Woman