What I think is missing in this conversation around inclusion, equality and equity is the ‘A’ word: ACCESS. None of these things can be given, granted to acknowledged without access! … Continue reading #BlackBlogsMatter Challenge-Week 6 (2021)
When you begin any type of social justice work, activism or diversity training, you have to understand how often these words will come up! You have to understand that inclusion, … Continue reading #BlackBlogsMatter Challenge-Week 6 (2021)
Follow your favorite–@whatjayesaid/@shesgottapen (TikTok) I have been on social media as a whole about a decade. I still get memories on Facebook from about 9 years ago, but only joined … Continue reading 28 Days Of Blackness: Silencing Of Black Creators–Yes, We’re All Looking At YOU, TikTok!
I have been following John Pavlovitz (@johnpavlovitz) for about a year on social media. However, the key thing that put him on my social media radar as a Firestarter was … Continue reading All This, And He Knows Jesus Ain’t White: The Gift That Is John Pavlovitz
The National Memorial for Peace and Justice is in the heart of a state that believes no on should be free. In a state that birthed the demon elf of … Continue reading #28DaysOfBlackness: ‘For This Is The Prize’
The best advice I received this year was from a nurse that said, “Learn to move in silence.” There is something to be said for the need and reward of … Continue reading Tired Warriors: The Fatigue & The Fight
I waited to weigh in on this because I want a to make sure when I put this laser scope to pen–I would not miss. My today years old is … Continue reading Don’t Ask Me Who The GOAT Is, When You Already Know
A nation of immigrants just used the highest court in the land to once more authenticate bigotry and racism. The Travel (Muslim) Ban has been passed as a 5-4 Supreme … Continue reading You Get What You See: Monsters In The Mirror