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
It’s still February which means it’s STILL BLACK HISTORY MONTH! Today, I want to highlight Tiffany Shawntay (@errybodylovestiff on IG). Tiffany is a 34-year-old graduate of the historic HBCU Benedict … Continue reading #28DaysOfBlackness: Hair & Thangs With Tiffany Shawntay
Continuing with the magical 28 days of blackness this month , I want to take a quick minute to highlight Michela Wariebi, NYC based skin fairy and makeup genius. Michela … Continue reading #28DaysOfBlackness: Spotlight For Make-Up & Melanin
James Baldwin said it best: “As long as white Americans take refuge in their whiteness…they will allow millions of people to be slaughtered in their name.” During 72 hours, there … Continue reading Firestarter Hotsheet: If All It Takes For Evil To Prosper Is For Good Men To Sit And Do Nothing, Where Are The Good Men?
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
There is a reason I choose Maya Angelou as the identifying photo for this piece by Rebecca. There are more quote which have been used in this space, on … Continue reading Honor Our Men, Part II: The Otherside of The Fatherless Tribe
Rachel Megan Markle is getting married today. She is going to marry Prince Henry Charles Albert David, Duke of Sussex. From the craziness that is social media, I have seen … Continue reading For Megan Markle, The Black Girl Whom Is A Duchess