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?
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
“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
This piece is dedicated to the beautiful Ja’Net DuBois (1945-2020). Good Night, Willona. Love, Errebody. -JBHarris It seems unfair that Ja’Net Dubois died on Toni Morrison’s 89th birthday, and she … Continue reading 29 Days Of Blackness: When TV Looks Back At You–Representation Matters
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
Omarion firing cats on birthdays, Tina Turner is 80, Gabrielle Union got fired from AGT for saying what was on her mind, Lizzo got like fifty-eleven Grammy nominations, and THEE … Continue reading RUNITBACK FRIDAY-11/29/2019
I have spoken about Cyntoia Brown before. There was a sadness in her eyes that I have seen in my own. That sadness comes from trauma, disappointments and trying to … Continue reading November 2019 Book Review-FREE CYNTOIA: My Search For Redemption In The American Prison System