Honestly, this COVID-19 pandemic has us all a little stressed out. We are all staying indoors, social isolating, and trying to find ways to deal with the reality of a global pandemic. See what Dr. Ayanna Abrams recommends for staying mentally well throughout the mandatory quarantines and self isolation.
Whether your remote work is permanent or temporary, you can boost your productivity and practice self-care by taking advantage of these strategies, courtesy of the pros.
After the past few weeks of destructive natural disasters, domestic terrorist attacks, and being catcalled walking to the metro more times than I can count, I thought it’d be a good idea to compile some of my favorite black girl centric media platforms and artists that have helped me unpack, recharge, and rebuild recently. Hopefully
A continuation of “It’s All About Sex...And I Don’t Like It” “How much for both of us?” asked the driver of a dark truck. Nicky was enjoying a plate of barbecue on the porch of a vacant house. It was July 4th and she was not looking for work. Out of instinct, she named her
I rode the dark streets of the Pittsburgh community looking for a prostitute; it was around 7:30 pm on a Saturday night in January. The forecast was for overnight temperatures to dip into the teens. I found Nicky on one of her usual corners, bundled up and smoking a cigarette. I offered to drive her
Henry Aaron was eighteen in 1952 when he boarded a train in Mobile, Alabama bound for Winston-Salem, North Carolina, the spring training home of the Indianapolis Clowns of the Negro League. With a sack of sandwiches, two dollars and dark brown skin no one could have predicted that the skinny kid on that train would
From the 1950’s until his death in 2009, Paul Harvey was one of the most recognizable and influential voices on American radio. Over the course of his career Harvey was engaged in a variety of news formats but he is best remembered for his twice-daily News and Comment and The Rest of the Story. I