Are you into mystery genres? Check out these authors:
Inspired by recent events, today’s black excellence is Robert Tanner Freeman, the first professionally black dentist.
Sme body was going to use it on their record.
#FlashbackFriday #whatgoesaroundcomesaround #lol
In an effort to reclaim Black History Month 2019, let’s reflect on those figure skaters and gymnasts who have inspired us over the years. These are some of my favorite routines from these wonderful athletes.
This was just posted over at Pictorial.
#BlackFutureMonth (h/t N.K. Jemisin)
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I love when writers read their own work and convey their own words in its true meaning. Lucille Clifton has a great poem titled,“won’t you come celebrate with me”
I’m catching up on missed episodes of Top Chef and in the Charleston season, they have an Edna Lewis elimination challenge. I’ve heard her name before but was not aware of the heavy influence that she has done for southern cooking. Apparently it wasn’t taken all that seriously in the past but Lewis changed that.
Check out YouTuber, Sosa. She recently started working in Silicon Valley as a software engineer. Sosa decided that documenting her journey would be a great “representation for girls, women, and poc who want to be engineers.”
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During the Superbowl, a commercial aired that showed a young black woman doing some workouts and training with a voiceover. Here’s the commercial:
Something very strange is happening.
This song gives me feels. Maybe, you too?
I found a list of short story collections by Black women: