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
I am the first to admit, during this month of examining revolutionaries (or what it even means to considered a revolutionary), I didn’t think that an almost 85-year-old white woman … Continue reading Revolutionary Allyship: The Legacy of Ms. Jane Elliot
When you hear the word revolutionary, the first thing that comes to mind is the American Revolutionary War or the more famous lyrical quote of Gil Scott Heron: “The revolution … Continue reading “Revolutionary”: To Be Or Not To Be. This Should Never Be A Question
I am a fan of Feminista Jones! I love her wit, her intelligence and all her affirming Black Girl Magic. When I found out through social media (thank you, Twitter!) … Continue reading March 2019 Book Review-RECLAIMING OUR SPACE: How Black Feminists Are Changing The World From the Tweets To The Streets
The hypocrisy of the known world was found in US. Don’t debate me, don’t at me. There were no less than 20 themes I saw in this movie! With the … Continue reading RUNITBACK FRIDAY-03/29/2019
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!