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Many stories matter. Stories have been used to dispossess and to malign. But stories can also be used to empower, and to humanize. Stories can break the dignity of a people. But stories can also repair that broken dignity. | Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
Is it me, or do you find yourself asking, “Why is it that in 2021, the United States of America does not have voting rights for all people?”
Human Rights are voting rights, yes?
I promise you, every year since I have been a registered voter, I hear candidates touting the famous line, “I will make sure you have voting rights! I will pass voting rights into law.” However, here we are in 2021 with a newly elected president and vice president in the White House, with Congress running around trying to determine what’s on the table and what they will tackle.
I cannot help but ask, “Are Black people being used by…
Civic Engagement Defined: Understanding and utilizing the dynamics of power, negotiations, networking, organizing, and empathy to achieve objectives while making an impact. It is also about building partnerships and alliances to help achieve objectives. There is so...
Google dictionary defines bold as “showing an ability to take risks; confident and courageous.” Other words shown are brave, courageous, spirited, confident, fearless, unflinching, assured, gusty, and spunky, to share a few more labels.
It has been more than a year! Like you, I have so many questions. How do we return to normal? Where do we begin? So much has changed, right?
In my last podcast episode, I talk about the topic, Do You. It is the nature of humans to think, react and share their thoughts. Most people overthink, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing! I discuss why we should not let others discourage us or cause us to...
It’s a new week and a new month. As I sit in my sweet spot at the intersection of people, prayer, and politics, I decided to make this blog post. My hope is to use my mentoring/coaching background and experience as an opportunity to
28 Days I woke up this morning thinking about the exit of the first full month of the new year and entry into February. A new administration for the United States of America, yet at the same time a mutating pandemic worldwide. Black History Month. Black health...