I don’t remember when Pauli Murray first came onto my radar, but I think they’re the first historical Black figure that I’ve felt a significant kinship with since Sammy Davis, Jr. Pauli was multifaceted and complex in a way that I’m still trying to unpack. And overtime, they seemed to develop a comfort of self … Continue reading January/February 2022 – Gay Parent Magazine – Pauli Murray and the Value of Written Activism
When I was contacted about being on this list, I honestly thought it was either a scam or that they had the wrong person. I’m grateful and humbled to be included. This is a prestigious list, and every single woman on it is more amazing than me. I’m flattered that the editors wanted to include … Continue reading I’m part of Go Magazine’s 100 Women We Love Class of 2021!
It’s back to school time! Want to know a dirty little historical secret? Education, has always been political in the United States. Who gets to learn? Who gets to teach? What do we teach, and sometimes most controversial, how do we pay for it? It is said that rich and powerful legislators are attacking some … Continue reading September/October 2021- Gay Parent Magazine – Back to School: Politics Clog the School Hallways
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