We March

I am still energized from attending the Women’s March this past weekend, alongside hundreds of other women and men. I’m not sure why there were only hundreds of people, as opposed to thousands. Maybe because we are living in the time of Covid. While attending, I was filled with feelings of empowerment, knowing that we … Read more

Raising Biracial Daughters

It’s hard to know who you will fall in love and have children with. As a child, I’m not sure most of us would recognize the differences in the boys we are attracted to. What I mean by differences, is the color of their skin, are they short or tall, thin or heavy. As I … Read more