S2: E2 @InsecureHBO– Molly’s Fight for #BlackWomensEqualPay

For my recap of S2:E1, click hereĀ  Molly has a problem: She’s learned that her colleague at her law firm is somehow earning more money than she does. She learned that a White male coworker was earning more when she erroneously received a paycheck made out to him. Shocked, she tried to dig and ask […]

Combating Cyber Violence with @UN_Women #OrangeDay

I was honored to have been invited to share my experiences with online harassment and the work of #YouOKSis on #OrangeDay. I joined Emily May (Hollaback!) and Jamia Wilson (Feminist Press) on a panel moderated by Emily Mahaney (Glamour Magazine). If you missed it, you can watch it here:

#BMCC17: Black Moms Connection Conference 8/13–Toronto, ON

Black Moms Connection Conference (#BMCC17) is a one-day experience that will focus on equipping black mothers and women to increase their social, emotional and financial well-being. A full day of sharing, shopping and connecting through lively panels, keynote chat with MP Celina Caesar-Chavannes, financial literacy with @TD_Canada and more. I’m going to be speaking on […]

S2:E1 @InsecureHBO: Let’s Talk About Safe Sex

*Post contains spoilers* Let me start by saying that I didn’t watch the first season of the popular HBO show Insecure in real-time. I’ve grown fond of binge-watching shows because my schedule leaves little room for me to be home at certain times to catch some of my “must see” shows. I binged Season 1 […]

…Then Fall, Caesar

Popping pills regularly, faithfully Saw the word, still didn’t believe Can’t be me Not now, not yet Took another test Damn… But, everything happens for a reason right? Alright *deep breath* We’re doing this Not 100% sure of the whys, whats, or hows but Here we are Maybe we can celebrate? Maybe, before someone snatches […]

FJ on Jay Z’s 4:44 for @EqualityForHER

Women in Hip-Hop matter. I’ve long been committed to documenting and educating about Hip-Hop culture, not just because I grew up in it and own it as my own, but also because women, especially women of color, are too often shut out of Hip-Hop discourse. Our ideas and opinions are regularly dismissed as invalid. Part […]

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