“I used to have a bad habit of putting a condition on my joy.” Sis, a word! A statement! I never heard something that resonated so much with me before … Continue reading I’ll Be Happy When…
With there being no end in sight right now for COVID’s reign over our lives, I can see again people starting to dwindle down the rabbit hole of negativity. I … Continue reading We’re Still All In This Together
TW: Police violence I am estranged from my paternal family. I am estranged because the only time I see them is at funerals. It seems to be, and is a … Continue reading Work Past The Hashtags
In the age of inviting everyone to The Cookout (Note: If you are still saying you have ‘Black friends’ and ‘All Lives Matter’, you are not invited–and don’t ask!), I … Continue reading BRING BACK THE BLOCK PARTY!
COVID-19 is still killing people, Hermain “I eat only Massa greens” Cain is in the hospital TWO WEEKS after going to Orange Thanos’s Tulsa Infinity Gauntlet Snap rally, August out … Continue reading RUNITBACK FRIDAY-07/03/2020
In my family, my father constantly quoted Obi Wan Kinobi to my mother: “I have been waiting for you Obi Wan. And now the circle is complete! When we met … Continue reading For The Little Black Boys That Had To Wait To See Themselves As Superheroes…
First things first; Anon you used a word that stuck out to me like a sore thumb: ‘numb’. Any time I see folks using that in terms of feelings they … Continue reading Talk About It Tuesday-05/18/2020
I’m still grieving Kobe Bryant’s loss, and it’s Mambacita’s Birthday! Sudan has criminalized FGM, the live-action Hercules is giving me so much joy, Elliot Stabler is coming back to to … Continue reading RUNITBACK FRIDAY-05/01/2020
The coronavirus is spreading slowly through the United States, the President doesn’t believe in science, NeNe Leakes said Wendy Williams stopped her from getting her own show, there is more … Continue reading RUNITBACK FRIDAY-03/06/2020
I was an anomaly growing up: pretty, smart and Black. I went to public school, had college educated parents, and was reading by age 4. I got my first library … Continue reading 28 (29) Days Of Blackness: Letter To The Rest Of My Awkward Black Kin-I Love All Of You.