Educating Myself on the Work

Don’t get it twisted protests are still happening. I don’t know why I feel this way, but this hunger for advocating is intense. One of the most common advice I’ve seen from different educators is that the black community needed to get organized, like TODAY. If we don’t, guess what? We’re going to come back in a full circle AGAIN of no change. I’ve created … Continue reading Educating Myself on the Work

Becoming Inspired and Learning About Yourself

In case you thought someone forgot…Black Lives Still Matter. Don’t get it twisted. Throughout my life, I started to realize being inspired isn’t the problem, it’s keeping the momentum. Inspiration is a beautiful feeling because for a moment the vision you’ve probably dreamed about everyday is now coming to life. For myself, I truly begin to be inspired when writing short stories or news articles. … Continue reading Becoming Inspired and Learning About Yourself

O’s-pinion: Don’t Talk Down to Someone Who Helped You Get Where You’re Today

I didn’t want to talk about anymore influencers because in my opinion they are a distraction during this revolution. Unfortunately, some issues need to be addressed within my generation because some of our fellow peers don’t know how to stop making just anyone famous. Lord forgive me for being a hypocrite after stating that I wouldn’t discuss these influencers, but B. Simone (deep negro sigh) … Continue reading O’s-pinion: Don’t Talk Down to Someone Who Helped You Get Where You’re Today

Let’s Recap

I’m tired. Literally, sick and tired. I’m upset and haven’t slept in days. George Floyd, a black man, was murdered by a police office, Derek Chauvin, in Minneapolis, Mo., and everyone in America took justice into their own hands. There were protests in every single state and the police officers are making themselves look worse at most of the protests. Honestly, I’m not going to … Continue reading Let’s Recap