Spring and Summer 2016: Articles, Blogs, Features, and Essays

Hey all! This year has been so good to me. I've seen my writing take off! Here are my published works for the Spring and Summer season. More to come soon!   Intersectional Feminism: Race, Identity, and Gender Unapologetically Me: The Struggles of Being a Blaxican Skater Girl on My Black Matters Black girls are often measured by a… Continue reading Spring and Summer 2016: Articles, Blogs, Features, and Essays

What Creative Writers, Journalists, and Bloggers Can Learn From Eachother

The distinction between creative writers, journalists, and bloggers is important to note. But truth be told we can all learn a lot from one another. Especially since our skills are utilized in different ways. Creative writers develop poems, short stories, novels, and screenplays. Journalists write well researched and investigative pieces or interview personalities and celebrities. Bloggers… Continue reading What Creative Writers, Journalists, and Bloggers Can Learn From Eachother

We Need Diverse Books

Boys and girls across the nation deserve to see themselves in the books they read. When their minds are open to reading, their minds are open to learning. Characters that reflect the fullness of humanity in regards to culture, background, nationality, and interests will ultimately challenge perspectives and implement more inclusion. The children matter. It's… Continue reading We Need Diverse Books

You OK, Sis?

Three words is all it takes. We can combat street harassment together. Read about this important cause on Feminista Jones. Denise Nichole Andrews