Nana was one of my favorite storytellers. The one that stays with me most is her traveling the backroads of Greenwood, Louisiana, with siblings in tow. Before they could continue…
How old were you the first time you were told that “fast” girls were always in men’s faces? I was four. Sitting in the backyard of the house I grew…
Hint: It’s not a biological designation and yo momma didn’t make you a women/person of color by birth. Women of Color & People Of Color: What It Really Means was…
Check out my interview with Amber Butts who will be gracing the pages of BlaQueerFlow this month as our Griot-in-Residence. We are thrilled to have the gift of her loving…
This piece was originally posted on July 14, 2015 in the wake of the Obama administration decision. It is being reposted due to a broken link and relevancy–with minor grammatical…
I wield no knife at my throat, nor pills at my bedside. But I reserve to right to die, when living best serves those who seek to devour me.