This space, sacred for Blackness and Black people, has a patron saint: Ida Bell Wells Barnett (1863-1931). Since I was 8 years old, she has been my hero! She has … Continue reading 28 Days Of Blackness: The Ida B. Barbie
I have been on the problematic clock app known as TikTok for over a year (Happy Anniversary to me!), and one of the hidden gems of this app is Native … Continue reading This Day Is Complicated…
In the age of pandemic and police brutality, this Father’s Day feels different. It is different! It is easy this day, this holiday, to do the normal: Give the cards. … Continue reading Father’s Day In A Strange Land
The greatest gift is piece of mind. For toxic relationships, abusive relationships , it can be tempting to use the mantra, “I’ll just get through the holidays and leave when … Continue reading ‘I’ll Just Make It Through The Holidays’ Is Dangerous.
Now that I have your attention. Here are few things from your Big Sister in a Blog: Agitate. There are still causes to get involved with before the … Continue reading HAPPY THANKSGIVING!
This time of year is stressful. It is a time of reflecting, or remembering or even reconciling. With it being almost 48 hours before Black Friday and maybe 96 … Continue reading Before Being Thankful