Tag: racism

Black. In Love and In White…

Black in Love One of the dopest things in the world is being blessed to be Black and being blessed by Black culture. Let’s face it, we are the blueprint when it comes to mainstream and pop culture. We give of ourselves tirelessly and endlessly to the entertainment, political, and social worlds with little to […]

Onward & Upward: This Is Only The Beginning

For many, 2020 was a test. A test of strength, resilience, faith, patience, and resolve. As a black person in this country there was a pop-quiz everyday that was not only re-traumatizing but dared to threaten our lives and snatch us away.  We have seen some of the worst behavior play out in this country […]

How Did We Get Here?

Today’s post was inspired by the 1998 hit, Nobody’s Supposed To Be Here, by Canadian R&B songstress, Deborah Cox. In this 1998 hit, Deborah repeatedly posed the question of how this guy came onto the scene and basically swept her off her feet after being burned by love too many times before. Sis was perplexed […]

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