I love the ferocity of Women. I love the trailblazers who refuse to conform. The tenacity of warriors who never surrender. The temerity of pioneers who smash glass ceilings and extend their hand to lift up all women instead of … Continue reading The Sound Of Your Roar – Wednesday Politics Thread
This upcoming Friday, the House will finally vote on the $1.9 trillion stimulus bill that, after much debate, passed in pieces out of individual committees before being packaged into one giant bill by the House Budget Committee. The House Democratic … Continue reading Finally, Relief – The Wednesday Politics Thread
For many who have watched Trump’s second impeachment trial in the Senate, the last four days have been a rollercoaster of contradicting upheavals. Despite knowing that Trump will not get convicted, people still held hope that somehow, miraculously, there were … Continue reading Black History In The Making – Wednesday Politics Thread
To many of us survivors of civil war, yesterday’s clip introduction of evidence related to the January 6 storming of the U.S. Capitol was particularly traumatic as we were reminded of the very nightmares we have escaped and desperately tried … Continue reading An American Tragedy – Wednesday Politics Thread
“We simply cannot build back better without retiring the rhetoric that hails Black Women as the arbiters of America’s conscience but fails to hold America accountable for withholding freedom from Black Women in every imaginable space.” — Anna Gifty Opoku-Agyeman, … Continue reading The Backbone of Democracy – Wednesday Politics Thread
From the moment that heinous mendacious conman was sworn into office, he made it a point of honor to instill fear in the hearts of the marginalized, to cause unnecessary pain to those already barely hanging on, to viciously punish … Continue reading THE KINDNESS IS THE POINT – Wednesday Politics Thread
You’re still holding your breath and cannot believe this day has finally come. You’re in a mild panic, slowly building towards hyperventilation, imagining something will certainly ruin it, attempt to prevent it from calmly taking place; maybe another try at … Continue reading PT Thread 2: Hope, that feeling America has forgotten.
You’re still holding your breath and cannot believe this day has finally come. You’re in a mild panic, slowly building towards hyperventilation, imagining something will certainly ruin it, attempt to prevent it from calmly taking place; maybe another try at … Continue reading Hope, that feeling America has forgotten.