I sincerely thought I could tackle this in one post, but I ended up having to break it into two for your reading pleasure and convenience. Part I: No, It is NOT a Thing I’ve always hated being late. As with most of my idiosyncrasies, this hatred began at an early age with my mother … Continue reading Black History Month: Is Colored People Time a thing? Part I
When I found out Stacey Abrams was running for governor of the state of Georgia, I was all in. I wrote this article about her candidacy. I volunteered on her campaign. I bought a t-shirt. And I made sure to get myself and as many others as I could down to the polls to vote … Continue reading Black History Month: Who is actually perpetuating the politics of Black hair?
I might have been four years old when I announced to my unassuming parents that I knew what sex was. After they exchanged awkward glances with each other, they asked for my definition. My reply involved standing in the middle of our kitchen and performing a wide-legged dance that mixed deep squatting with a lot … Continue reading Black History Month: Do we really have a problem talking about…SEX?