Why BHM Is Still Relevant

My daughter is four. Just yesterday, we were calculating the number of states she's visited and how it pales in comparison to the number of countries she's traveled.  Being an expat kid afforded her opportunities and exposure most kids her age never experience, especially most black American kids.  She is,…

What Happens in Dallas, Leaves Dallas

This is why...we need our own schools. We need Freedom Schools again. We need schools that educate our children about themselves and schools that exercise the freedom to push our children to their highest potential, just as every other ethnic group has. Educating and empowering children is a constant focus…

It Can Happen in an Instant

My five-month-old son swallowed a grape whole today. Twelve minutes of restricted breathing felt like a brief lifetime slipping away in my arms. Every tragic scenario imaginable played previews in my mind as I swung him upside down, forcing my finger down his throat and beating him in the back…

Ticking Clock

The end is near, and I'm not ready. April 30th marks my husband's last day working for the company. We have one month afterwards to leave before the police come knocking. Singapore does not allow foreigners to just live here without a commercial purpose that benefits the country in some way. Basically,…

Freedom Papers

The Beginning of the End  January marked nine years that my husband has worked for the same company.  I think he got a watch or something. Nine is his favorite number; his number of completion. He called it a sign, a confirmation. For the past few years, he's contemplated walking…