Personal Thoughts, Politics, Reflections, Writings

Democracy off the Rails

Wednesday started off in a positive note in the midst of the maelstrom of heartache and headache that the past year has been for a black person living in 45's America. For those unplugged, yesterday Doug Jones won Alabama's Senate seat after a highly contested battle against Roy Moore. While it would take me an… Continue reading Democracy off the Rails

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Politics, Reflections, Society Soundoff, Writings

#TakeAKnee

My personal schedule has been hellacious recently managing classes, personal health, and writing. I have about six posts that I've started and not finished that are things I just desire to express myself on. So, I pledge to continue to post as often as I can. The most relevant today is the protest, my good… Continue reading #TakeAKnee

Personal Thoughts, Politics, Reflections, Writings

Looking at America on the 4th

In honor of the fourth, I've been spending a lot of time thinking about what it means to be American. From the very first moment I think about the red, white, and blue, I also must think about the color of my skin, Black. What does America mean to me? America is the land of… Continue reading Looking at America on the 4th

Life, Misc. Magnificence, Politics, Updates, Writings

Week One and Personal Time

Quick Update: I am exhausted mentally and am taking some time off to process and pray. Everything that has been going on in the news recently has been wearing me down. President Luthor's first week has been such a roller coaster. Here's a "short" video detailing all of his actions. With that said, I'm going… Continue reading Week One and Personal Time

God, Inspiration, Letters, Personal Thoughts, Reflections, Writings

In Honor of Martin

In honor of Martin Luther King's Birthday, I wanted to write something about MLK's legacy. I found myself at a lost for words from the mere scope of who he was as a man. So much can be said about his legacy and even the way his legacy has been used since his death. Many… Continue reading In Honor of Martin