In the world he has built for himself, the presumptive Republican Nominee for President of the United States has never had to think about or navigate his own racial identity. Growing up in privilege, schooled in a regimented, segregated environment and being sent into the world with a blessing and bank account, there was […]

  Such pretty eyes big, limpid pools that seem both vulnerable and searching I could actually stare at them forever. Well…. Yes, pretty eyes… and I wonder what the world looks like looking out of those big baby blues? looking past the black and brown people who are all looking at him for a clue […]

When Bree Newsome scaled to the top of the flagpole outside of the State Capitol of South Carolina (with the help of James Tyson) she did what many black and white Southerners alike had dreamed about for a long time. She simply and with respect, took down the Confederate battle flag. This particular flag was […]

Just a reminder as people go to the polls that #blacklivesmatter… On voting day, Thanks to the casual Supreme Court erasure Of 100 years of struggle for suffrage, Tangled restrictions and loopholes Will block the opportunity For large pockets of American black people To make their voices heard in a government That originally wanted only […]