Some call it a rebrand. I call it a life shift.
I, like many other women of color, are tired. Tired of playing nice to women that think our vulvas unite us in a struggle. I'm tired of the Sheilas, Pams, Teris and Beckys of the world. The ones that go to yoga everyday never seeing their role in whitewashing a spiritual Hindu practice... Continue Reading →
Last week, the IndyStar reported that an upcoming event in Broad Ripple Park called Rock Against Racism had been cancelled. In its reporting on this cancellation- the Star failed to interview any of the critics of the event or to probe into the real reasons why anti-racist community organizers are opposed to events like... Continue Reading →
It's not very often that you can take the moments and events of your life and say this is what brought me to this moment. A Facebook interaction spawns a relationship. You drop your cell phone, slightly lift the pressure on the gas pedal and miss getting a car accident by seconds. For me a... Continue Reading →
It hasn't even been a day since I left the final moments of the Words of Fire Conference. It would be rude for me to not acknowledge the people who contributed to making this trip happen for me. There is no way that I would have been able to make the trip to Atlanta, without... Continue Reading →
This past week, I have been struggling with the concept of taking the high road and speaking my truth. The notion that business is business and things should not be taken personal. Especially, in a time when the clapback is prevalent and social media is used to air out dirty laundry, it gets hard to... Continue Reading →