The Celebratory Façade

    Dear Citizens of the United States of America, If you don't know me by now, you will soon. I am that woman who walks counter-clockwise, when everyone else is walking clockwise. I am that woman who walks in zig-zag when everyone else is walking in a straight line. I am an African-American woman … Continue reading The Celebratory Façade

The Miseducation of the Male Negro: My Response to Dr. Umar Johnson’s Interview on the “Breakfast Club”

Invest in the human soul. Who knows, it might be a diamond in the rough. - Mary McLeod Bethune   In the interview with Dr. Umar Johnson on The Breakfast Club, Johnson spoke on many controversial topics that the general population have a tendency to ignore. The topic that I identified with the greatest was … Continue reading The Miseducation of the Male Negro: My Response to Dr. Umar Johnson’s Interview on the “Breakfast Club”

The Power In Our Freedom To Dream

In the 1400's, millions to 100,000,000 slaves were taken from Africa and brought to America. They were stripped of everything that held sentimental value to them. These slaves were taken from their homes and families, separated from their children, husbands, brothers and cousins were killed in the struggle to save what they called their "home". … Continue reading The Power In Our Freedom To Dream