Rihanna, Barbadian pop star, made this phrase famous in 2007, but I’ve been interested in this concept my entire life. Growing up I received mixed feedback about whether I was […]
I’ll start with mother. Before children recognize themselves in mirrors, they recognize themselves through their mother’s eyes. My heart breaks when I hear stories of mothers consciously or subconsciously conditioning […]
Yesterday we celebrated Juneteenth in Lafayette, Louisiana. My younger cousin, Tasia Ledet, kicked off the event by performing a spoken piece that asks the question, “If we forget, who will […]
YouTube – RyeRyeVEVO’s Channel. Rye Rye is newer to me. Discovered her last year I think. Robyn I’ve been following since the 90′s. This song was originally a Robyn solo. […]
I’ve addressed skin color biases in my fiction, but with the growing anticipation of the Bill Duke documentary Dark Girls, I feel it’s safe to speak more directly about the […]
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Four responses from around the web, then four responses from me. This morning, before working out, I blasted several songs including Beyonce’s new hit “Run the World (Girls).” A few […]
I think we’re due for a cold front since the Dallas Mavericks beat the Miami Heat this summer to claim the 2011 NBA championship. Okay, all puns aside, this Dallas […]
“Fear keeps your achievements unrealized, hidden from yourself and the world. Love will set them free.” –Ralph Marston “Are you afraid?” That’s the question I was asked when first interviewing […]