“When They See Us”: From a Young Black Mother’s Prospective

It’s taken me awhile to process, digest and write about “When They See Us” the Netflix film from director Ava Duvernay. As a African-American mother to an African-American little boy, I have worried about his safety growing up since he was in my belly. I remember watching the Trayvon Martin case when I was pregnantContinue reading ““When They See Us”: From a Young Black Mother’s Prospective”

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Netflix “Rapture” Series Review

I don’t get to binge on Netflix very often, but this weekend I able to. I love watching bio’s and docuseries. Specifically musicians, really. This one was a great series, because it was done on some of my favorite rap artists. Not only that I was also enlighten on some artists I was familiar withContinue reading “Netflix “Rapture” Series Review”

Heartbreak Sucks Pt. 1

Heartbreak is a hard one! You can experience heartbreak when you loose someone you love, when some one you really like doesn’t really feel the same and in the case of a good relationship gone sour. Just as young love is so fresh and new and clean and beautiful. Heartbreak is the total opposite. ItContinue reading “Heartbreak Sucks Pt. 1”