Self-Care for Activists

In today's political climate, so much is at stake. The Muslim ban is separating families. DAPL threatens the water source for 17 million Americans. The global gag rule endangers the lives of millions of women around the world. Today is the first day of Black History Month, and the nation's leader couldn't be more out… Continue reading Self-Care for Activists

How to Keep it Together: A Professional’s Guide to Self Care

Look at you. You have overcome so much. You have defied the odds against you. You have set new goals for yourself and reached new heights. Yet, here you are. Overwhelmed, exhausted, and stressed. How did you get here? How did I get here? How did we get here? Over the years, we've learned how… Continue reading How to Keep it Together: A Professional’s Guide to Self Care

World Mental Health Day

Today is a day with you at the center. Are you taking care of yourself? Maybe you are fulfilling the needs of your soul and body, but what about your mind? Here are five things to remember: Don't over exert yourself. There is a misconception that we all need to be busy all the time. Don't be… Continue reading World Mental Health Day

#IStandForDiversity: Articles that Shed Light on Diversity, Decolonization, and Inclusion

The start of the new school year is the start of a new chapter. Students nationwide are checking out text books, registering for important classes, and signing up for clubs and organizations. But in the shuffle, what students are lost? What students are left out? What students are struggling with the transitions? How can educators and… Continue reading #IStandForDiversity: Articles that Shed Light on Diversity, Decolonization, and Inclusion

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