Follow this dynamic duo on Instagram (@ghostreaders) and Facebook (Ghostreaders Inc). When you are a minority person, especially someone that is Black, your job is two-fold: create and hold space. … Continue reading 28 Days Of Blackness: Meet Michae & Quintell Allen, ‘Ghostreaders’ With A Story To Tell!
Where to start this week?! The Biden Administration is is floundering with $15 an hour, CPAC is making a golden god of OrangeThanos, the government is dropping bombs in the … Continue reading RUNITBACK FRIDAY-02/26/2021
Note: This list is not exhaustive! Who I list in the following piece are amazing, intelligent, semi-ratchet and now apart of my TikTok family! Follow them. Thank you. In the … Continue reading 28 Days Of Blackness: A Love Letter To #BlackTikTok
Say her name correctly. War-san. Shur-ruh. She was a force of nature on pages before Beyoncé found her, asking her to be a part of her most ambitious projects (Leomonade … Continue reading January 2021 Book Review-TEACHING MY MOTHER TO GIVE BIRTH by Warsan Shire
My family, from what I have been told and taught, have been bootleggers, moonshiners, sharecroppers and farmers. One of my favorite memories growing up is the natural light in my … Continue reading Learning To Watch The Sunrise…Even In A Pandemic.
My writer friend Ashley Yates said something last year that has stuck with me: “Black women take care of Black women.” It has taken this pandemic just to see how … Continue reading In The Middle Of A Start-Over…
This weeks marks Robin Williams’s 69th birthday, Breonna Taylor’s murderers are still free, Congressman and Superhero John Lewis laid in state in the Capitol Rotunda, the Secret Police are snatching … Continue reading RUNITBACK FRIDAY-07/24/2020
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