Author Note: This piece is written in heteronormative terms. However, but I think some things and experiences are global. Love & Light, JBHarris Every couple has a history and a … Continue reading For All The Guys We Loved Before
There is something to be said for being authentic and having the opportunity to grow. In the space crafted this month for revolutionaries, I had to put a spotlight on … Continue reading ‘This Is Not Your Daddy’s Civil Rights Movement’: Why Tef Poe Feels Like The Best Kept Secret
I miss my grandmother. I miss her on a level I didn’t realize until after she had already left the world. I needed more guidance. I need more from her. … Continue reading #28DaysOfBlackness: The Value Of Eldership
Is it just me or did this week seem like something Scorsese came up with? From Manafort, to the Joker to the Michael Cohen SNITCHING-SNITCHING, I’m low-key waiting on the … Continue reading RUNITBACK FRIDAY: 11/30/2018
When I tell you this book has been on my reader’s list/radar all year long?! I mean that thing! I knew I was going to like this book when the … Continue reading SEPTEMBER BOOK REVIEW: ELOQUENT RAGE
There is a seducing nature to pain. A stabilizing factor in suffering. You can diagnosis it. Take medicine. Get more rest. Pain can be managed. Pain can be explained … Continue reading The Trauma Romance & Recovery
I was 10 in 1991. I remember my mother and father watching the Judiciary Committee of Anita Hill and Clarence Thomas on television. I remember my mother watched it with … Continue reading #MeToo, #UsToo, #TimesUp: Is It Admirable Or Ridiculous?