Women shouldn’t be made to feel objectified in (or out of) the workplace. Black people shouldn’t be made to feel like tokens in a room. Gay people shouldn’t be ostracized in the church. We should all be valued for the … Continue reading An End to Exclusivity
…but beautiful, nonetheless.
Women have it harder in the workplace. There is no denying that. The question we need to be asking ourselves is “How do we help them move up into positions of leadership and even the playing field?” This article addresses … Continue reading 6 Tips for Setting up a Women in Leadership Initiative
…And Jesus was definitely a Middle Eastern man. There is a bit of Her (or Him or It) in us all. Continue reading God Just Might Be A Black Woman…
It’s 2017. Just as we shouldn’t have to say #BlackLivesMatter, no one should be saying #MeToo in response to the devaluation of women and blatant rape culture that exists. Continue reading Why Do We Ignore It?
“If it add a couple years to our life, then we might go vegan.” — Big Sean It’s #WorkingWomanWednesday and, boy, do I have a treat for you? How many of you saw “What the Health?” on Netflix? And, after … Continue reading I Can You Can Vegan!
Issa, thanks for rooting for all of us, whether we’re hip, odd, athletic, academic, or, the most likely scenario, all of the above. We’ll make sure we keep pushing toward our own mark of black excellence. Continue reading Thanks for Rooting for Us, Issa