For The Culture: #forthedchallenge and more

desiree, janelle and kamau

It’s almost October, and I feel lucky to still be here.  Natural and man-made disasters have got me down.  However, there’s always someone creating dope […]

Hurricane Harvey: How You Can Help

Support Black Women in HOU

    “Houston, we have a problem.”  – It’s a quote that is overused, but it is relevant with Hurricane Harvey hitting Houston right now. […]

I Was Never Afraid To Support Hillary; I Just Wasn’t Enthusiastic About It

One of my Facebook “friends” unfriended back in the spring during the primaries because he was a die-hard Bernie Sanders supporter. I was just irked […]

My Obligatory #LEMONADE Thinkpiece

One of my most popular Facebook status updates went something like this: You don’t have to have an opinion on everything. I believe that to […]

Anti-Consumerism Pop: Kreayshawn, Lorde, Lily Allen

When Kreayshawn came out with “Gucci, Gucci” a few year ago, there was much discussion about her authenticity. However, the content of her song were […]

Sandberg, Mayer, Steinberg: Sistas Are Doing It For Themselves

Sistas, Is that greeting too off-putting because I don’t know each and every Black woman in America?! We may not all be related. We are […]

Womens E-News Event About Black Maternal Health With Tonya Lewis Lee

Last night I attended a screening at the offices of Women’s eNews. It was for a screening of the documentary, “Crisis In The Cribs” which […]

Ten Things Every Woman Should Follow So They Can Lead

Earlier this week, I was asked “What are the ten most important thing women, 18 to 34, need to know about to remain culturally relevant.”  […]