Limited Occupancy: White People in Black Spaces

*Sigh*... I don't even know where to start with this one... The timeline has been in constant turmoil for the past 72 hours after it was recently announced that a white women would be curating the National Museum of African American History and Culture's new Hip-Hop exhibit. This news was brought to the attention of … Continue reading Limited Occupancy: White People in Black Spaces

Degrees of Separation: A Black Conundrum

As an undergraduate college student with a girlfriend, I can only imagine how difficult dating as an adult can be. How do you meet people outside of a campus setting? Approaching people you don't know at casual settings like a restaurant or in passing on the street sounds like a nightmare. Past that, black women … Continue reading Degrees of Separation: A Black Conundrum

Death and The Moral Highground

It's been about three weeks since the passing of John McCain, and subsequently, three weeks since the polarization of Twitter. Some people respected John McCain for his many years of service to the American people, while some felt (frankly) like the country and its politics were better off without him. This blog is not meant … Continue reading Death and The Moral Highground