I feel like I’m in a race against the clock to learn my history before those who hold all of our stories are gone.
As I near another circle around the sun, here’s what I believe these days
As parents, what is our role in ensuring our kids understand the contributions of black people to the broader culture?
We are all witnesses. Now what happens next is up to us.
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For the first time in my life, I can wait to see what happens next.
The tradition isn’t the point, it’s the meaning behind the tradition that is.
Yesterday on a call, I literally said, “I hate everything about everything right now.” It was a rare moment of transparency in the midst of a tough day. Turns out I wasn’t the only one.
There’s something about seeing a project through to completion, a sense of accomplishment that has given us a sense of purpose in these trying times.
At no point have all white people gotten together and agreed to the equitable treatment of Black people. And yet, there has been change over time, over generations, over history. – Austin Channing Brown