One of the most frustrating things about spotting opporcoonities is just that–spotting them! Once they can be identified, they can be avoided. But, here is the problem. When you have … Continue reading #BlackBlogsMatter Challenge-Week 4 (2021)
Alright, alright! Let me love on the fellas. And remember, JUNE is MEN’S MONTH on this part of Barack’s/Kendrick’s/Jack Johnson’s internet. What I want to do is to remind you … Continue reading 28 Days Of Blackness: Teach Black Boys To Lead—The Lasting Impact Of ‘The Pact’
In the age of COVID-19/This Rona/Miss Rona/This Pandemic, the hustle continues! In this time, I have seen more people that I clearly know-and am so proud of!–starting businesses. There were … Continue reading Make A Mask, Get A Bag…
This space, my dear reader, came from someone telling me that I was crazy to chase this dream of being a writer. That I was silly to pursue this dream … Continue reading In The Madness, Learning To Do YOU
I love the world known as Black Twitter. I truly do! According to Wikipedia, the joy known as Black Twitter, is defined as follows: Black Twitter is a cultural identity … Continue reading The Miracle Of Black Twitter
Now that I have your attention. Here are few things from your Big Sister in a Blog: Agitate. There are still causes to get involved with before the … Continue reading HAPPY THANKSGIVING!
The Movement is now a buzzword. It’s a cliche, much like it was a half-century and more ago. The thing is, by nature of the word, movement is not never … Continue reading The Motive, The Gag & The Game