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Writing Outside the Mainstream #Dispatch: Elaine Lee

Dispatches: Conversations with Writers of Color on Race, Place & Adventure is a series of interviews with travel writers and personalities of color where we discuss navigating the writing industry and the globe as people of color. 487 more words

Travel Writing

Fear Is Satan's Most Powerful Weapon

Fear…the devil’s stronghold on you!

Happy Wednesday everyone.  It’s hump day!

The  Lord is inviting you to join Him in living a blessed, wonderful and joyous life. 115 more words


Eyeing a recovery for battered Baltimore

This April 25, 2015 file photo shows a protester shouting at police during a demonstration in Baltimore, Maryland, against the death of Freddie Gray while in police custody. 783 more words

Writer's Quote Wednesday 2015

This week for Writer’s Quote, I selected the first stanza from the song, “Lift Every Voice and Sing,” which was originally written as a poem by… 219 more words


Its easy to fall in love.. But its hard to find someone to catch you

African American

God, Where are You?

Recently there has been an influx of news about police officers killing unarmed men, specifically African American. As a black woman in America this scares me. 349 more words