As a Black Woman, I consider today, March 1, Intersectionality Day. It’s the day when Black History Month ends and Women’s History Month begins. The day when one part of my Identity sunsets while another steps, temporarily, into the spotlight.
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Tuesday, October 16, 2018
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Every woman should write a memoir.
When I was in my 20’s, I had a brief fantasy of becoming a makeup artist. I’m not entirely sure where the desire came from. I just really liked makeup. Have you been makeup shopping lately?! There is such an incredible amount of products to play with. It can be overwhelming but it can also be hecka fun.
Dadvocate: a dad of a daughter who believes without question that she is the leader we've all been waiting for.
You have an amazing daughter. You can’t believe how lucky you are to be her dad. You want to make sure that she has everything she needs to be happy, safe, and fulfilled in her life. You are a Dadvocate and these are the 25 things you are doing as her papa to help your daughter become a total badass:
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MLK Day is as good a time as any to talk to your daughter about racial justice. This is a brief guide for all of you raising white girls to take center stage in a complex and unjust world.
Hey, investors! Yes, you. Yes, seriously...I am talking to you.
You are an investor.
You have a 401K, right? An IRA? What about a bank account? Then, you are in investor. Your money is invested in businesses whom you expect will do responsible things with it in a way that will yield you a healthy enough return so that you can take care of your future self.
If there is one thing that this Election 2016 has taught is that we are all hungry for a new systems, new paradigms, new ways of being together.
The question is - what do we want that to look like?
Recently, I saw this piece from The Daily Show that I can’t stop thinking about in which correspondent Roy Wood Jr. is speaking with a group of black millennials about why they could possibly be undecided in this current election.