Is it possible to channel the perspectives of people of different racial/ethnic backgrounds or genders? Detroit high school student, Earnesha, uses her artistic license to channel what she believes to be the thoughts of a white child, not yet fully molded by society’s influence. We think she hit the nail right on the head, what … More A White Child’s Perspective
Last time I was spitting game Scene from Jay-Z’s The Story of OJ It was about the captivity and shame That fueled a luxurious change to fame But still All black people are the same. Black culture is synonymous with swag, intelligence, beauty The swag we brought to the endless cotton that our hands plucked … More Still Black
This young woman’s words from two summers ago are sounding mighty relevant. Check out Imani’s Spoken Word performance from the 2015 19th Annual Youth Speaks Grand Slam Finals. Be safe out there, and be encouraged by the eloquence and honesty of our little ones!
You are the idea the African saw through the cracked wood of the Henrietta Marie You are the seed of the new woman the ecstasy in the fire the gospel after poetry venues praised on sidewalks and parking lots you are now a prophet amongst preachers burdened with the beauty of the entire rose pick … More Becoming Water for New Seeds