Black people can’t escape indignity, even in death. It is a privilege for one’s memory to Rest In Peace.
My ancestors’ heels were bruised by white supremacy, but my feet will crush its head.
Call it patriotism, respect for the troops, law and order, or anything else, but when white people attempt to curtail black people’s right to protest, it will always be racism.
I would like for my white Christian friends to consider something: Slavery and segregation are stumbling blocks to African Americans […]
How to take care of yourself in the fight against injustice.
Before I begin, I have to say a couple of things by way of disclaimer/explanation: First of all, as many […]
Why we can’t normalize Trump’s campaign rhetoric This post started as a comment in a thread about marginalized groups’ fears […]
Back to Africa I told you that I didn’t ask to be here And you told me to go back […]
Virtually every day, people of color (POC) feel like we must defend our personhood, our right to participate in the […]
In Dixie Trayvon (Look away) Michael (Look away) Tamir (Look away) Sandra (#SayHerName) I found my voice living […]