first, we define. Misogynoir is a portmanteau of “misogyny” and the French word for black, “noir." Moya Bailey dubbed the word in 2010 to describe the particular racialized sexism that Black women face. it’s a word used to acknowledge the combination of racism and sexism that is specific to Black women. it is not a … Continue reading angry black woman
the truth will set you free…. but first it will piss you off.
this starts with the idea of education and a quote. James Baldwin once said "now the crucial paradox which confronts us here is that the whole process of education occurs within a social framework and is designed to perpetuate the aims of society. The paradox of education is precisely this - that as one begins … Continue reading the truth will set you free…. but first it will piss you off.
signs o the time.
part one. these are the times. The Rona has, as of Monday march sixteenth, two thousand twenty, more than one hundred seventy thousand cases world wide. it has been around since December of twenty nineteen but nobody was really taking it seriously. two weeks ago, very few people were thinking critically. hell, TODAY, people are … Continue reading signs o the time.
letter to Kobe.
today is my birthday and all i can think about is you. my dad was a Shaq fan so i didn't have a choice but to watch the Lakers. and there you were. a young cocky kid telling the world just how great you were. kinda like how Ali told everybody he was the greatest at … Continue reading letter to Kobe.
today we're gonna talk about addiction. ima talk really loudly, ain’t nobody whispering. because even when you’re close, amber alert. you’re missing from action, no drive, little hope, no ambition. it can lock you up with or without chains, conviction. so listen. conditions are important: mental, emotion and physical. prescriptions aren’t really, can still be … Continue reading addiction.