Culinary justice. I admit it! I heard of this concept through the vessel of NPR (Shameless plug: If you have not ventured into NPR (National Public Radio) you are missing … Continue reading 28 (29) Days Of Blackness: Decolonizing The Table-The Work Of Michael Twitty
I have not shied away about how I have felt about Mo’Nique, and I am not about to start now. First thing’s first: I think Mo’Nique is incredibly talented. I … Continue reading 28 (29) Days Of Blackness-Cultural Conversation #5: What About Mo'Nique?
I came up with this quote two years ago when encouraging a friend of mine who is raising kids, trying to raise kids with a silly, bitter woman. I told … Continue reading 28 (29) Days Of Blackness: My Dream For Black Boy Joy-Teach The Princes How To Be Kings
Black Lives Matter extends beyond hashtags alerting to police murder. Heart disease is the top cause of death for African American men. Mrs. Lorie Flegler, wife of Dennis Flegler, has … Continue reading 28 (29) Days Of Blackness: Black Lives Matter-Stories Untold: Life After Stroke
Chantelle Whitney Brown-Young is gorgeous. I remember her being on America’s Next Top Model. The first thing I noticed was her face. I have seen children and people with vitiligo, … Continue reading 29 Days Of Blackness: Supermodel of the Winnie Harlow Sort
In this age of full-throttle Black Girl Magic, it is important to know that racism, stereotyping, abundant microaggressions and sexism are still viable venom in the life of Black folk. … Continue reading 28 (29) Days Of Blackness- The Dirty Side Of Black Girl Magic: Being The Only Black Girl In The Room
Welcome to Black History Month. When I say welcome, I sincerely mean that. Due to some of you seem to act like Black, POC (person/people of color), African Americans, “ethnic”, … Continue reading 29 Days Of Blackness: Respect My Melanin!