On the path of anti-racism, there are times when we are going to find ourselves at odds with others. There are times when the path might feel hard and lonely. But if we keep on pushing toward what is right, we will find our people.
I am taking a course on the music of the civil rights movement, and the PBS Documentary “Eyes on the Prize is required viewing. I have found myself feeling incredibly angry because there is SO much that has not changed since the civil rights years.
I wrote this poem as a way to express some of the feelings and frustration that I feel.
The following is the text of a sermon that I preached as a guest speaker at a local church. Blessed […]
What the chaos of renovating my home taught me about caring for myself.
Being bitter feels good. Instead of doing the whole click-baity thing where I make you read the entire post word […]
I saw this image on Facebook and it gave me so much life: One day, I hope to live […]
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Oh so much has been happening in my little life and I’m working to get my schedule sorted out so […]
The more you read… When I was an elementary school child (1991-1997) there was a poster that was in several […]