From a Black Man Who Always Celebrates Black Women by D’Marquis Allen

Dear Sista Friends, Today and every day, I choose to celebrate the black woman that I’m in relationship with and the many black women who have influenced and informed the sensibilities, responsibilities, and possibilities of the man that I am today. My sista friends -mothers, aunts, girlfriends, wives and the like-, you are wor thy […]

A Love Letter to my Sista Friends by William Sinclair Moore

Dear Sista Friends My experience My relationship My journey with Black women has been one of new beginnings, one of respect, & one of Unbridled love. Passion. Lifetime movie watchin’ Fried chicken crunchin’ Wine sippin’ & conversations of healing the beginning. You my dear, are the beginning. A voice envied by songbirds. Wit so quick Hips that […]

Career Spotlight Series: Financial Accountant

Name: Chanta Givens Hometown: Little Rock, AR College/University: University of Arkansas; University of Texas at Dallas Degree(s): Bachelor of Science in Business Administration; Master of Science in Accounting Could you give us a short introduction on who you are and what you do? I am a financial accountant for independent physician groups. When I’m not […]

Alton Sterling. Too Many Murders to Count

As a Black woman, I think often of safety. I think about the fear of walking alone at night. I think about rouge Uber drivers who violate women’s space and safety. I think about the men who don’t understand the word no — men who have somehow been conditioned to confuse harassment with conversation. I […]