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Blood Memory: When Story Finds its Way Back

I firmly believe that the ability to tell our stories is the beginning of managing our narratives. For me, I come from a long line of people who understand this at the soul level. Black and Indigenous people (and the myriad of smaller cultures that comprise these groups) have always had strong oral traditions. In… Continue reading Blood Memory: When Story Finds its Way Back

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An Experimental Contemplation: God’s Black Love?

I’m curious about love. Like, how does it show up for the little brown girl from Kentucky who lives inside this worldly urban renaissance woman I liken myself to be nowadays? Is it just a mirage? A fictional oasis that I desire to drink from but doesn’t really exist on the plane in which I… Continue reading An Experimental Contemplation: God’s Black Love?

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You and I Will Be Okay–No Matter What

It’s simple. Believe God. Believe in Yourself. I know, I know. It’s not that easy to believe in yourself when you carry baggage from past hurts and rejections and insecurities. Trust me. I know this better than most. But you just HAVE to, you know? It’s human to want validation. I get it. But when… Continue reading You and I Will Be Okay–No Matter What