Greetings! I write to you in high spirits while still mourning. Ma'Khia Bryant's murder is heavy on our hearts and I just want to tell you something. I am so sorry that Black Girlhood© forced us to grow up faster than our non-Black peers. To be 10 and seen as 18 scarred us in ways … Continue reading To My Former Co-Workers of Black Girls™
Tanisha Anderson (37, 2014) Yvette Smith (47, 2014) Miriam Carey (34, 2013) Shelly Frey (27, 2012) Darnisha Harris (16, 2012) Malissa Williams (30, 2012) Alesia Thomas (35, 2012) Shantel Davis (23, 2012) Rekia Boyd (22, 2012) Shereese Francis (29, 2012) Aiyana Stanley-Jones (7, 2010) Tarika Wilson (26, 2008) Kathryn Johnston (92, 2006) Alberta Spruill (57, … Continue reading Say Her Name
Every fucking voting year, everybody and they momma always got something slick to say about Black people and voting.
de·prav·i·tymoral corruption; wickedness To watch your country fall apart for the simple, morally decent of wearing and mask and scream and yell about their rights like a toddler is a sort of Hell I didn't think I could imagine. Oh, sure, racism is a Hell all on its own, but as Joel Robinson from Mystery … Continue reading Depravity: A Personal Essay
It's for commissions! If you would like for me to write a story for you or a loved one during these times, feel free to hit up my Patreon or feel free to message me. But please check out my Pateron for rates! They are reasonably priced and you will receive them within a timely … Continue reading I Have A Patreon
I still have 4 days left until my unethical post ban of calling out cis people's constant sword playing with their metaphorical dicks to see which one deserves to be in the news more. "No one cares about black women!" "Black women only have themselves!" These talks happen and it, eventually, leads to TERFs coming … Continue reading “The World Is Watching”
Devonte, Markis, Jeremiah, Abigail, Hanna, and Sierra are 6 Black children. 3 are missing and 3 are dead. They were abused and murdered by their white adoptive parents. However, let it be known that adult black male who was gunned down by the police was trash in 2018. Let's remind every oppressed person under men, … Continue reading You Are No Different and You Are Failing Because Of It
Black radicalization is beautiful. It is growth after tearing down the walls of white supremacy and realizing that it is a sham. The growth is slow, like after your first big chop. You play with the coils of self-love, grease the fight for your rights as an American citizen that is your scalp and wrap … Continue reading Black vs White: American Radicalization
Let colonizers tell it; we humans are all equal, we are at peace, we are a post-racial society. Let me tell it, however, and them same folk will come running to me like: It's 5PM on a Friday and we're just trying to go home, right? Well, traffic is backed up until forever, but it's cool, … Continue reading Black Love: How I Kept Up While Doing It Alone (AKA: The Traffic Jam of Life)
"Let's just make our own, then."