When I was a little girl, there were times when I regretted being brown. My schoolmates used to tease me…
On Sunday, May the 26th, a group of women came together to celebrate each other and the possibilities present in their lives. Although from all walks of life, these ladies were just like me—people who work at a day job, but strive just as hard to keep their dreams alive.
These are my thoughts on the latest episode of Sleepy Hollow. If you haven’t seen it, here’s a recap.
Caribana may have finished, but in Toronto, the celebration of Caribbean culture isn’t over. The city is home to CaribbeanTales, an organization devoted to sharing stories from people of the Caribbean diaspora. The CaribbeanTales…
I’m giving away tickets to the CaribbeanTales Film Festival. Check my video for details!
I’ve been thinking that I ought to get back into my blogging groove for a while. Over the weekend, I started organizing a list of topics. My days were set. (Sorry I’m late. ;) ) The first thing I wanted to share with you was my take on…
I don’t know about you, but I want Destiny’s Child to return. When they come back, they can do anything they want — gospel, soul, rock ‘n roll. I don’t care! I just need them in my life.
I love this song so much!
I mean, really. What’s the point anymore?
I know some people are asking themselves that question. Especially in an age where fundamentalism seems to be the dominant public face of the religion.
Remember when I posted a few days ago about feeling the push to pursue my dreams vs fear? When I said “signs are everywhere” …?
This sermon is one of them.
These were the top 10 stories published by claire she goes; you can also dive into yearly archives: 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016.