Community is build on love. Sustained by love and compassion. This month, the seventh month of 2020–the 4th or 5th of the lockdown-pandemic–this is more apparent than it ever was! … Continue reading To The World Outside Your Window: Love Is The Why
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
Family is community! Community is family! In this month of celebrating the force of nature that is family, I started to remember how utterly cool family is! I love the … Continue reading We Are Family (Part 1)-Sister Sledge Is Always On Time!
With there being no end in sight right now for COVID’s reign over our lives, I can see again people starting to dwindle down the rabbit hole of negativity. I … Continue reading We’re Still All In This Together
I have not shied away about how I have felt about Mo’Nique, and I am not about to start now. First thing’s first: I think Mo’Nique is incredibly talented. I … Continue reading 28 (29) Days Of Blackness-Cultural Conversation #5: What About Mo’Nique?
The Impeachment Hearings are looking like a episode of Divorce Court, Kanye West is now joining a force of missing Black folk in the Sunken Place to form a Supercoon … Continue reading RUNITBACK FRIDAY-01/24/2020
Can you believe it? This year has 29 days, and there are 29 days to the start of a new decade. But I want to take today to recognize not … Continue reading ‘Tis The Season
Horror stories aren’t just being written and done by Jordan Peele. You all have heard me sing the praises of my writer friend and fellow podcaster, Tonia Thompson. Again: subscribe … Continue reading Do You Like Scary Stories?-Part 2: It’s Not Just Jordan Peele
Dearest ones, I want you to know one thing. You are more than what you think you are. You deserve more than what you think you do. The idea of … Continue reading Self-Care Means Realizing The Things You Deserve.
My maternal grandmother was a farmer and gardener. My strongest memories of her are her tending and digging in soil. I remember how lush her garden was, and how proud … Continue reading Black Love Is A Superpower-Part 5: DEPTH