Recently, I attended a lecture put on by the University of Texas at Dallas’ diversity department. Journalist,author, and MSNBC host, Touré came and spoke to students and alumni about the role the media has historically played in the civil rights movements for African Americans, The LGBT community, women, Latinos, Native Americans, and the Arab Spring. … More The Media’s Role in Civil Rights with Touré recap
I was so excited to host our first ever event. I couldn’t have asked for a better outcome. All the ladies came with open hearts and gave so freely of themselves. We were able to collect a hearty donation for Alley’s House. The event was filled with laughter, yummy food, and good spirits. I can … More KISS Coalition Kick Off Brunch (recap)
I used to spend half of my life in front of a tv screen, but I don’t watch it too much these days. Unfortunately, I needed to kill some time and found myself turning on the tube to Love and Hip Hop Hollywood. The horror. I know a lot of people watch this stuff for … More When Reality TV Bleeds Out on Reality: A Love and Hip Hop Requiem
I try to remain somewhat apolitical on this platform, but I felt that I should toss in my two cents at this point. It’s been rumored that this hashtag was started sarcastically, but women began taking it to heart and jumping on the bandwagon. While I understand that any political group has it’s share of … More #WomenAgainstFeminism Wait…what?