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Artist vs. Black Artist

As a child, I was taught to be open minded and accepting of other races, cultures, and people. In addition, since I’m black and bilingual; I seem to be one of those persons who is frequently asked, “What are you?” when referring to my ethnic background. 172 more words


Rock Odd

“You have to be odd to be number one” –Dr. Seuss

My sister recently graduated from high school and this was her senior quote. She’s a very eccentric person, like myself, and I wanted my gift to be something special. 140 more words


Support Black Owned Businesses

Few people realize the true spending power African Americans hold. According to Black Enterprise, the buying power of African-Americans was projected to be 1.1 trillion in 2015. 186 more words


T h i s

an exploration {exploratory} exercise

to look within and write the words that come out

soul searching, seeking answers within

finding out from myself, from Source within… 19 more words

low tide

i have not written anymore
gently tossed pebbles to the base of my lungs, i
pressed lips to trachae and thought “breathe”, just
to hear the tremor of imprisoned breath, feel… 178 more words

Black Art

Believe it or not, I can actually draw.

I visited The High Museum last week to peep the Basquiat: The Unknown Notebooks exhibit. I wouldn’t call myself a fan, but I do like his work and appreciate the work of any artist that is discernible + unique. 390 more words