Showing posts from 2014

This Revolution Is Women’s Work - Take One

Everyday I Have The Power To Change The Future: Black Mamas Of Sons, Diahann Caroll, & The Deer

How A Bee Taught My Son How To Survive

Excerpt from draft, "Studio Dreams"

White Tears

quick notes on a few non-violent parenting things I do

just thinking about discipline

Dear Baleen,

Home Educating & Gardening

Post-Modern Minstrals: White Male Artist Hires A Black Actress To Portray His Fictional Black Woman Artist

National Poetry Month...

August Wilson Center - Symbol Of A Greater Problem For Black Artist

Animating "Electronic Corpse: Poems From A Digital Salon"

Typical Conversation About Race In Pittsburgh

Amiri Baraka

Amiri Baraka | October 7, 1934 / January 9, 2014