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
I cannot believe that we are still having the debate about how to treat Black women. But, perhaps that is me being an eternal optimist. After Russell Wilson declared he … Continue reading Talk About It Tuesday-02/16/2021
I don’t even know how to feel about this. I am aware of just how polarizing the Mammy caricature is, and I’m proud of the company taking steps towards racial … Continue reading TALK ABOUT IT TUESDAY-02/09/2021
This picture is one of my favorites of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex. I still remember how happy I was to see them get married! I woke … Continue reading 2020 Year In Review: Prince Harry Is Not Playing About Bae!
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…
Ms.Rona, Ms.Rona– My, how you’ve made a mess of the world we once knew! It seems like things just can’t go right, we’re constantly in this whirlwind of … Continue reading “Now Keep in Mind That I’m An Artist–And I’m Sensitive About My Sh*t!”
As of this posting, the nation is in the midst of a housing crisis like never before because of inept leadership at the federal level. Evictions are about to ramp … Continue reading The Peace…In The Pandemic?
In this age of justice via hashtag, screenshot and retweet, I could not let this month of activism come to an end without mentioning a cause close to my heart: … Continue reading It Still Matters: Support The Innocence Project
In my third grade Social Studies class, I learned the building blocks of which would form my secret love of sociology. I learned that people make up either families (nuclear … Continue reading Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop: Why Community Is Still Needed