Steelness Of A Woman, In Danger’s Quiet Sound! Women’s Herstory Month 2020

One of the powers and beauty of music, during this time of the international corona epidemic, is its power to bring mental, spiritual, and emotional clarity. As millions around the world, are experiencing the fear of food shortages, shortage of hospital beds, and intense fear, music and the arts are those special havens of quiet.Read more ⟶

Rising Up Of Phenomenal Women! Black American Her/History 360, Women’s Herstory Month 2020, World Poetry Day 2020

If you were blessed to live during the time of Dr. Maya Angelou, you were a truly blessed human being. The richness in her tone, as she spoke poetic words, personifies one area of the Earth’s soiling. You felt healed, and re-newed, when listening to, her sound. Whatever pain you were experiencing for the time,Read more ⟶

Musically Charmed By Mariachi Of Las Mujeres! Women’s Herstory Month 2020

The image of mariachi bands have traditionally been laid out as such: men musicians. Those “large hats” (sobreros), guitars, violins, and others, at play. It is one of those musical performances, where people can imagine a travel, floating music box. Coming to surround those, who care to hear. Spanish ballads of Mexican terrain. When youRead more ⟶

Healthy Loving For A Fight That’s Well!#Coronavirus

And so, this period continues. . .News stations are ongoing, and the current public health epidemic is what colors announcements. We are hearing it every hour, minute, second, and millisecond, the moment we decide to switch from a television series or film. We are told about its increasing spread. Provided with information on the numberRead more ⟶

Invisible Girls, Unless They Serve! Black American Her/History 360, Women’s Herstory Month 2020

As we move into a more, in depth analysis of the complexities of Black American women’s identity and womanhood, we are forced to go deeper into another realm, as it pertains to girls and young maidens of our community. It is no secret that the Black American community has consistently been painted as masculine. BlackRead more ⟶

Minding Our Tongues, For A Feminine Speech! Women’s Herstory Month 2020

If woman could write herself, what would the scripts be? Crafting herself, her very existence, in her own sound. Creating symbols of that sound, while capturing them on paper. What would that design embody? What curves, lines, strokes, and other paintings, by stroke’s design, do women imagine their sound to be? Patterned designs reflecting theirRead more ⟶

Opened To Vulnerability, In Order. . .To Be! Interview With BJ Williams, Founder Of “Can I Be Vulnerable?”-Black American Her/History 360

Allowing oneself to be vulnerable is one of those necessary, yet cautionary, attributes in achieving healthy relationships with the right people. Being open and honest with oneself, one’s weaknesses, and how this brings forth the realm of honesty. Going back to Merriam-Webster’s definition of vulnerable, we are, again, presented with two meanings: 1.) capable ofRead more ⟶

Legendary Women In Tales Of An Earthly, You! In Celebration Of Women’s Herstory Month 2020

One of the greatest, spiritual awakenings of man, is when he has channeled through, and immersed in the mysteries of woman. Seeing woman as a creature of intellect, wonder, and treasure; leading to infinite possibilities. Worlds that man never knew existed. Opportunities aligning him with the Divine. Interconnecting him with a greater concept of self.Read more ⟶

Getting What Will Go For You! Interview With Entrepreneur and CEO-Shinjini Das, Women’s Herstory Month 2020

When it comes to pursuing one’s dreams, it takes a courageous individual to truly go after them. It requires exceptional people to not only dream big, but to transform those dreams into fruition. Pursuing one’s dreams requires tons of endurance, persistence, and belief. It means that one has to envision that a goal will, comeRead more ⟶

Fades Of Blackness For A Maiden’s Retreat! Black American Her/History Month

The world of country music is no stranger to Black American artistry and landscapes. From the likes of Tracey Chapman to those older, musical story tellers. Country music, too, has it’s birthing in Black American soiling. Owing its creation to the Deep South, the bringing of the banjo, from West Africa, stimulated the cultivation ofRead more ⟶