With the release of Ava Duvernay’s powerful series “When They See Us,” there has been an explosion of reactions to … Continue reading There will be another Linda Fairstein
In honor of and in remembrance of State violence that is responsible for The enslavement of Black people The slaughter … Continue reading Here is your mother
I’m 57 today. I’m old enough to be some of y’all’s mom, old enough to know better (most days), and old enough to have seen enough to be sick and tired of the status quo that keeps hurting people I care about. For my birthday, I’d like you to join me in supporting Cat Brooks. As a Happy 57th Birthday to ME (and as comfort for this Treasurer-come-lately), I’m giving $57.00. I invite you to join me and give 57¢ or $57. Give $19.61 or $196.10. Give $9.25 or $92.50. Help us return power to the people and bring Cat into the Mayor’s office. Continue reading What I Want for My Birthday
This blog will be in two parts: Part One: Dandelions and White Supremacy: The Overarching Frame Part Two: Dandelions in … Continue reading Part 1: Dandelions and White Supremacy: The Overarching Frame
“Upon reflection, we can be grateful for the attachments formed between Albert, Lizzie, Jim, Charles, and countless others [and their owners]. Bonds like these led to profound changes that began in the heart and grew to relieve a nation.” Continue reading Reparations and Repentance, part 1
I could not stop myself from the inevitable dive into the salty tear-filled pool of white fragility Continue reading What it means to be “woke”: An activist’s confession for this time
Here’s the thing.
The Magi were mistaken.