I am proud to announce that I’m published alongside a number of amazing authors in the Vol. 27 of War, Literature and the Arts! Make sure to stop over and read the issue! Click on my name to read my piece of creative non-fiction entitled, “In Observance.” To get the full effect, scroll down to hear… Read More Check out my newly published piece–In Observance
When I was younger, my mother and I would watch every episode of American Idol and we would pick someone from the audition round that we thought would go all the way. We were hardly ever right, but it was fun to play along. Now, watching all the debates, I can’t find myself playing the same… Read More Pledging My Support
As residents, we worship the ground you walk on. We sweep the streets in front of you like a curling match, just so you don’t have to step on a particle of dirt. We dress for you, we smile for you, and we hold the door for you. People assume we care. We don’t, not… Read More An Open Letter to Tourists
We’re the generation of technology. We don’t read newspapers. We get our information from Facebook and Twitter. The Huffington Post has made it easier than ever to get our news without redirecting from our Facebook page. Now, they post videos with text that play as you scroll! Easy. And don’t tell me you didn’t watch… Read More Are We Choosing The Next President Based on Their Jimmy Fallon Skit?
“This moment is so much bigger than me,” were the first words spoken by Halle Berry after she won the Oscar for Actress in a Leading Role for Monster’s Ball in 2002. “It’s for the women that stand beside me. Jada Pinkett. Angela Bassett. Vivica Fox. And it’s for every nameless, faceless women of color… Read More Viola Davis Channels Halle Berry in Emmy’s Acceptance Speech