Racial profiling does not discriminate by gender…it’s time to tell our black girls the police may not be working for them. … More “We have to give our black girls “the Talk”- and it’s not about sex…”…my essay on the horrifying McKinney, Texas, injustice, on SheKnows.com…
The number of black women and girls who go missing without a manhunt or trace continues. I am grateful to share my fictionalization of the predicament of deprioritized black women and girls as the story “There Were Six” in Per Contra: An International Journal of The Arts, Literature and Ideas. I don’t presume to do justice to the realistic situation in a story, but please find some helpful links and resources included in this post. … More My story “There Were Six” appears in Per Contra: An International Journal of The Arts, Literature, and Ideas
Now that school is out, many children who are either neglected or part of low-budget households will forage for junk food and miss meals outside of a regular school lunch…No Kid Hungry Summer Action Day is June 22! … More What Happened to “Free Lunch” in the Summer?
I wrote about the many advantages I had as a child of a teen mom over at SheKnows.com. Happy Mother’s Day and enjoy! #Juwana #ILoveMyMom
… More Happy Mother’s Day!… My essay and tribute to my mom #Juwana and teen moms on SheKnows.com.
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Set in Rhodesia in the 1960’s, Tsitsi Dangarembga’s NERVOUS CONDITIONS (1988) is a classic novel enduring unto today for its memorable protagonist and strong statements about gender inequities of women, stolen educational access and resource gaps in a politically-charged nation. … More Have You Heard? Nervous Conditions by Tsitsi Dangarembga