Homeschooling is definitely going to be a challenge, but it doesn’t have to be burdensome. This time at home with our children can be a real gift for the Black community—a time that we can use to bond with our Black children and teach them about our amazing history and our resiliency as a people.
the wind danced with me calling out names of grandmothers i had not known it was a small death laughed the rain drops you didn’t know it would be your last time flying home
Cnotex “CΠΩTΣ™ Author, Lyricist, Poet, Writer, Producer, Publisher of Black Pearl Diamonds Publishing (ASCAP)” RS Wilson; is gathering a litany of poets this Saturday to usher in the release of his latest […]
E. Scott Jones’ memoir; Open: A Memoir of Faith, Family, & Sexuality in the Heartland, released September of this year; invites us to examine Jones’ navigation of life as a baptist, a minister, a husband, a father, and an openly homosexual man living and working in the Midwest.
It’s Lit: Book Club
“At our first meeting, I want to talk about how what we want this to look like, because this is OUR book club.” Crystal Rene
LaRose, authored by Louise Erdrich, breeches the ago old question; Can we sacrifice enough to make another whole? The Iron family and the Ravich family are friends, neighbors, and family living a […]
by: Casey McLerran Weekends Exist For Lovers For Novices For Escapist For the escapism That has been Hardwired Into our Social machinery. Weekends exist To make us feel better About working so […]