Elevate. Elevate. Elevate.

You ever thought about how an elevator works? Is it not crazy that we literally walk into this little box, press a button, and just have faith and trust that the doors will shut and when they reopen, we’ll be at another level? Why do we trust this little electric box to get us toContinue reading “Elevate. Elevate. Elevate.”

8 African American Women Ahead of their Time: The Influence of Pop Culture on my Womanhood

“As I’ve gotten older and developed into this self-defined feminist that also stands in all of my blackness, I’ve realized how unwittingly influential the women I’ve watched on television have shaped my mindset about who I am and the power that I contain.”

Road Rage

Both sides of my family are from the country. My mom is from Natchitoches, Louisiana and my dad is from a little town outside of Houston, TX called Needville.   The thing about growing up with a country family is that everyone learns how to drive at a really young age. We were all behindContinue reading “Road Rage”