To My Former Co-Workers of Black Girls™

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™

Black Love: How I Kept Up While Doing It Alone (AKA: The Traffic Jam of Life)

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)