Are [toxic] long-lived marriages, a goal to strive for or a generational curse to break?
Brining Brown Faces to Ballet
Alvin Ailey Dance Theater ushers in a new perspective to a predominately white dance style, ballet.
Who Am I? (A Reflection)
When you look at yourself in the mirror what do you think of yourself? Are you the same person that is reflected outward? Know that there are no bounds to which identity can be expressed.
Ossie Davis had Ruby Dee. Marcus Garvey had Amy Euphemia Jacques Garvey. Malcolm X had Betty Shabazz. Martin Luther King Jr. had Coretta Scott King.
A Letter for Taraji P. Henson
Dear Taraji P. Henson,
We cordially invite you to have a seat at the table with The Dinner Table Documentary.
Who Do I Vote For?
This is my first presidential election that I will be able to exercise my right to vote in. I had always looked forward to being able to vote. This is because the movement for African American suffrage is very close to my heart.
We Love You Kobe and Gigi
â I have never been comfortable with death. Never have I made peace with it. I can never get used to it; every encounter I have had reopens emotional wounds and sadness within me.
Your Voice Your Power!
I was fortunate that as a child, I navigated without fear and was encouraged to see that my dreams are possible.
What Type of Leader Am I?
Sometimes it is easy to feel confined in a one dimensional perspective of what a leader is supposed to be. Growing up you’ll realize that there is a space and opportunity for everyone to grow and develop their skills in a leadership role. There is no one right type of leader.
By being a woman, many people believe that women cannot be successful and start and own their businesses. By being an African American woman, many people not only believe that we should not have a seat at the table, but they also believe that we are not knowledgeable enough to be included in society.