The first time I heard Tevin Campbell sing I was like 10 or 11. And the first song that I remember hearing his voice on was “Tomorrow (A Better You, … Continue reading I Remember Blackness: I Loved Tevin Campbell
I cannot pinpoint exactly when I ‘found out’ I was Black. I remember being enamored with my skin, and how cool I thought it was that it was the same … Continue reading For Us: I REMEMBER BLACKNESS: That Time When The World Was All Black
I got introduced to YouTube from my English 3100 class in 2010. I had been in a vacuum of children’s programs and cable that I couldn’t be broken out of. … Continue reading 28 Days Of Blackness: Remembering SUGARFREETV On YouTube!
Dear Torches: I know every month we bring you a different theme or topic that we can discuss as a tribe. This month, we are going to start a year … Continue reading 2020: WHAT A RIDE!
I grew up in a major US city (St. Louis, MO), and went to public school. With these intersections, in being thrown in with all these little Black girls with … Continue reading 28 (29) Days Of Blackness-The Black Safe Space, Or The Safe Space To Be Black
So, for the real millennial that will run across this post, SNICK was the programming on Saturdays nights on Nickelodeon. I, being a writer, and a fledgling to all things … Continue reading For The Kids That Liked SNICK: Do You Remember ‘Are You Afraid Of The Dark?’