I was an anomaly growing up: pretty, smart and Black. I went to public school, had college educated parents, and was reading by age 4. I got my first library … Continue reading 29 Days Of Blackness: Letter To The Rest Of My Awkward Black Kin-I Love All Of You.
Kobe Bryant has a public memorial on the 24th, the Senate acquitted Orange Thanos, Speaker Pelosi ripped up his speech (because it was trash!), Iowa is effin up game for … Continue reading RUNITBACK FRIDAY-02/07/2020
My mother for all her brilliance, never believed in rescuing her children. She had this simple motto: “If you don’t listen, you’ll feel.” I take no pleasure in telling you … Continue reading Resolve To Do The Next Thing: Do Better.
Happy New Year Everyone! By now, you have relished in what I like to call: The Adult Holiday. Yes, good people! New Years is for US! No crumb-snatchers allowed (If … Continue reading The Power of The Adult Holiday
We are already into the second week, of the first month of a new decade. This means that you still have to reset the course of the new thing you … Continue reading The Set-Up, Follow Through, The Fear Of Change
I was 5 when I stopped believing in Santa Claus. Now, you gotta understand—in 1986? You couldn’t FIND a Black Santa anywhere! So, my concept of Santa was a white … Continue reading The Santa Problem
Omarion firing cats on birthdays, Tina Turner is 80, Gabrielle Union got fired from AGT for saying what was on her mind, Lizzo got like fifty-eleven Grammy nominations, and THEE … Continue reading RUNITBACK FRIDAY-11/29/2019