“Don’t Forget Who You Are”

Everyone who KNOWS me knows that one of my favorite rappers and lyricist is Common.  When this album came out, A BEAUTIFUL REVOLUTION (PT. 1), I fell in love again.  There is hope in hip hop/rap music. One of my favorite songs on the album is “Don’t Forget Who You Are.” And I close Black HistoryContinue reading ““Don’t Forget Who You Are””

Creating BLACK history within BHM: Ketanji Brown Jackson

Now that’s how you do black history at the end of the month! On February 25, 2022, President Joe Biden nominated Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson as Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. WOW. That’s all I can say. There is not a person more deserving of the nomination if she is confirmed. You canContinue reading “Creating BLACK history within BHM: Ketanji Brown Jackson”

BHM Feature & History: Sir Lady Java

All communities should learn about this incredible person, Sir Lady Java. I got to learn a little bit about her as I’ve been researching various people for Black History Month. To some Sir Lady Java speaks for the Trans community, for others she represents the exotic dancer movement, and to most, Sir Lady Java simplyContinue reading “BHM Feature & History: Sir Lady Java”

Black History: Dr. Rebecca Lee Crumpler

This week we were able to honor our physicians and earlier in the week (February 8, 2022) we celebrated Black Women Physicians’ Day! Black physicians only account for 2 percent of total physicians. (WOW). If you are a black women physician, you have a lot to be proud of let alone stating that you areContinue reading “Black History: Dr. Rebecca Lee Crumpler”