Month: June 2020

Getting Authentic &Embracing Your Purpose

My dear friend Jovian Irvin is the founder of International Day of Purpose, a day created to inspire people to celebrate and activate the power of purpose through a focused day of reflection, living with positive intention and sharing stories with the world of how you live on purpose by using the hashtag, #DayofPurpose. DoP is celebrated every year on the Summer

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The Zora Music Canon

A Collection of the Most Iconic and Impactful Albums by African American Women I was a contributor to Zora Mag’s list of the 100 most iconic albums by African American women, a thoughtful and exhaustive work that spans seven decades and multiple genres, and I’m so proud to have been part of this work, and

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#ShareTheMicNow

On Wednesday June 10th, I was one of 50 Black women participating in a first-of-its-kind amplification exercise: white women with large platforms turned them over – literally – to Black women for the day to use as we see fit. An opportunity to promote ourselves, our work, our causes, or just have a dialogue –

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What Can and Should I Do RIGHT NOW?

Our world is in upheaval, but this is the beginning of change. Like many, I’ve been trying to find the lane and work through which I can be most impactful, helpful and effective, while simultaneously being vigilant for misinformation or half information, and also being respectful + responsible to those doing the labor of organizing,

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