Women’s History Month: Do Black female lives matter?

I once lived in Los Angeles but I never quite felt like a resident there. I always felt as if my time there would be temporary, fleeting—as if I was supposed to have certain experiences and then move on. Those experiences included attending the occasional church service at First African Methodist Episcopalian Church, commonly known […]

Celebrating Black Visual Artists: Gordon Parks

Some of the biggest issues  in America stem from the tendency to see things from a single perspective, an un-inclusive perspective, a white male perspective. Thanks to Gordon Parks–a great photographer, musician, writer and filmmaker–we can all benefit from a broader scope of American life during some of the most pivotal movements in history (1940s-2000s) […]