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?
The POTUS cannot pronounce the word anonymous. There were paid protestors as a national rally. We have achieved full effin Orwell. Buckle up, buttercups! Let’s get it! #Dallas #Texas #BreakIns … Continue reading RUNITBACK FRIDAY-09/07/2018