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.
Jackie Robinson Day is Monday, April 15. This year marks 72 years since integration of Major League Baseball after the ‘Gentleman’s Agreement’ with the former commissioner of the MLB Kennesaw … Continue reading Why #42 Is More Than Just A Number: Let Me Tell You About Jack Robinson
There is something to be said for being authentic and having the opportunity to grow. In the space crafted this month for revolutionaries, I had to put a spotlight on … Continue reading ‘This Is Not Your Daddy’s Civil Rights Movement’: Why Tef Poe Feels Like The Best Kept Secret
It is not lost on me that one of the most influential men was assassinated on the birthday of one of the world’s most respected poets and scholars. However, in … Continue reading In Memoriam: For Martin And Marguerite
On an elemental level, I like Eve Ewing. Her entire being is a vibe, and that vibe radiates a quiet, palpable power. I am reminded of an interview years ago … Continue reading When Black Women Fill In The Gap: The Power Of Eve Ewing
We are women. We are here and regardless of what you think, you need us. As we end Women’s History Month, let’s not forget our power, our worth and all the obstacles … Continue reading ‘Ain’t I A Woman?’ Damn Right, I Am!
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