From Black August Hip Hop Project: Black August originated in the concentration camps of California to honor fallen Freedom Fighters, Jonathan Jackson, George Jackson, William Christmas, James McClain and Khatari Gaulden. Jonathan Jackson was gunned down outside the Marin County California courthouse on August 7, 1970 as he attempted to liberate three imprisoned Black Liberation … Continue reading
For a brief moment The world is silent I can, listen to the wind I can, hear the thunder I can, smell the rain I can, I can, I can, be.
Life in an instant, gave me a dosage of: You are going to grow up very quick, orphaned brown-skin at the beginning of the summer. My world is up close and very personal, an open book without covers. You are welcome to flip through my digital story blocks of what has gone on in my sofly world of creativity … Continue reading
Hopefully, you are sipping on your favorite latte, because what I am feeling right now is the good-good | Ain’t nothing wrong with falling in love with [my] sexy, per Janelle Monáe. Yes, we are in the 21st century and if you did not notice, Houston We Definitely Have A Problem. The Black woman is in charge … Continue reading
Well, I am glad to say that National Poetry Month is finally here. Let us all dig deep. The world needs an ass whipping. Let your voice be heard. Say what you want to say, then say it again. Sit back and chill with me (my verbose) and read more about this subliminal mystery that I … Continue reading
Immediate Release Academic Art Librarian/Assistant Professor at Lincoln University – MO Debuts Blog: Blackness Personified, The Chronicles of an HBCU Librarian First-year librarian, kYmberly Keeton at Lincoln University – MO has created a new blog to document her experiences as an Academic Art Librarian and Assistant Professor. The blog features her work in information literacy, … Continue reading
2015: I feel like going backwards in time with music, style, and pop-culture as it pertains to my world. Things are going at a speed that I will never catch up to. I think this (mess that we are in) is all about just being yourself in the world and making a difference when you can … Continue reading