“I’m a critic of Capitalism” Angela Davis

"Are Prisons Obsolete? Blues Legacies and Black Feminism, Women, Culture & Politics (2004)" https://youtu.be/fnJPwdKsIjc “Radical simply means grasping things at the root’” "The civil rights movement demanded access, and access has been granted to some. The challenge of the twenty-first century is not to demand equal opportunity to participate in the machinery of oppression. Rather,... Continue Reading →

“Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.” Dr. King’s Words Ring True (almost) Half A Decade Later…

Sometimes the protest is simple. Not being silent in conversation is a protest in itself. You're protesting by not being silent on issues that matter. You matter. Sometimes it's as simple as saying "that's not true about my people" or saying "nobody has the right to tell someone else how to grieve" or offering "if... Continue Reading →

YLP in the workplace (personal)

Young Professionals in the workplace (some of my experiences) Being a young, black woman in the workplace is hard. In my opinion, some people in higher positions just don't want to see success outside of their norm or comfort. That is why it is time for the emergence of more African-American owned and operated businesses.... Continue Reading →

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