Fred Hampton would be 72 this year. In dying at 21 (read: murdered by the Chicago Police Department), he was a seed. With his vision he was able to sway … Continue reading 28 (29) Days Of Blackness: Being Like Fred Hampton
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 29 Days Of Blackness: Letter To The Rest Of My Awkward Black Kin-I Love All Of You.
I must admit, as a kid, I loved playing dress up. I loved the ability to pair clothing, imagination and talent into something else. For a while, I wanted to … Continue reading 28 (29) Days Of Blackness: The Kids Are LARPing & Cosplaying. That Doesn't Mean They Wanna Be White!
Kobe Bryant has a public memorial on the 24th, the Senate acquitted Orange Thanos, Speaker Pelosi ripped up his speech (because it was trash!), Iowa is effin up game for … Continue reading RUNITBACK FRIDAY-02/07/2020
BRUH! These Impeachment Hearings look like a mob trial, Jessica Simpson wrote a book, Nas’s momma is about to go on tour, Terry Crews tried it, the coronavirus has a … Continue reading RUNITBACK FRIDAY- 01/31/2020
My mother for all her brilliance, never believed in rescuing her children. She had this simple motto: “If you don’t listen, you’ll feel.” I take no pleasure in telling you … Continue reading Resolve To Do The Next Thing: Do Better.
We are already into the second week, of the first month of a new decade. This means that you still have to reset the course of the new thing you … Continue reading The Set-Up, Follow Through, The Fear Of Change