It’s been a full two seasons since I’ve watched my beloved Steelers play. Ben is nearing retirement, Antonio Brown was apparently uninvited to the Pro Bowl, and I guess now the Kardashians have something to do with it? As much as it breaks my heart to miss them Burgh boys barely miss the playoffs and … Continue reading Why I am STILL Boycotting the NFL
Honestly, this post is just to reiterate the importance of voting, especially right now. No fancy rhetoric or agenda; just basic common decency and the act of doing the right thing. I put together a little guide to break down the details and hopefully answer all of your poll questions. Walk like you have 1,000 … Continue reading Nov 6th is Election Day, Go Vote
As if the tennis GOAT Serena Williams wasn’t enough of an inspiration for brown girls (and girls in general) already, this past weekend at the US Open in New York City she showed just how powerful she truly is. Serena Williams’s performance at the 138th US Open in New York City was one for the … Continue reading Why the Serena Williams Apology Moment Was About so Much More than Tennis
The more I dig into myself and connect with my desires the more I realize how important my hair is to me. Not because of any reasons related to vanity or ego, but because of the journey weave (lol) had together and how it links me to my culture. Did you know that one of … Continue reading I Have Good Hair: A Commitment to My Crown
Antwan Rose Jr was 17 years old when he was shot in the back by Michael Rosfeld, a twice previously fired police officer who was sworn in hours before committing homicide. The facts of this case are heartbreaking by far. Antwan was a bright 17 year old young man with honor roll grades and a … Continue reading Antwan Rose Jr.