Monthly Archives: June 2018

I am not your social justice Mammy.

  About 4 years ago, after an experience at a training I was assisting a former liberal white female friend who was leading a training (where I was one of perhaps 3 Black Women out of the hundreds of women … Continue reading

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Be the friend who is actually there. Suicide is grounded in a feeling of isolation. We live in a society where the cowardice of social grace is the norm. Our culture celebrates the illusion of happiness and avoids reality by … Continue reading

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