Just Dance, Part I

Historically, Black Americans have excelled at the art of dance. Black American males had a storied history with dance, delighting in performing. As a child, I grew up watching black-and-white videos of The Temptations. Grandma and Mama fawned over them in their pristine suits, elegantly stepping in sync. Their smooth coordination was spellbinding. I understood […]

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Sands of Time

In today’s microblog, I discuss one of the critical things I learned from my mother’s premature death and how it impacts today’s outlook.

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The Beauty of Choice

“Because you never know where life is gonna take you and you can’t change where you’ve been, But today, I have the opportunity to choose”-India Arie, ‘I Choose’ Monday to Friday I rise at 5:15am to begin my day. As I shower, brush my teeth, and give my face a light touch of makeup, I listen to […]

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