“Milk Like Sugar” Is A Bittersweet Capsule Of Teenage Pregnancy & Growing Up

Milk Like Sugar is the kind of wordplay, that without hesitation, brings you to a halt. Printed on its promotional poster, in white, capitalized letters, against a hot pink background and a big baby bottle. I recall quizzically reciting the title of the play “Milk…like sugar…” I was enticed. What did that even mean? Did I miss something? All this time, milk is like sugar? I … Continue reading “Milk Like Sugar” Is A Bittersweet Capsule Of Teenage Pregnancy & Growing Up

How A New York Fashion Insider Really Felt About Kanye West’s “Pablo” Pop-Up Shop

What was evident during my scroll of today’s morning news (on the lighter end of things) were that many New York-based media outlets tortured, at least, one of their employees to go wait in line and check out The Life of Pablo pop-up shop (In Soho, this past weekend). If you recognize the italicized title, you’ve already gathered that the merchandise sold was focused on Kanye West‘s … Continue reading How A New York Fashion Insider Really Felt About Kanye West’s “Pablo” Pop-Up Shop

#TBT: February’s “BlackGirlMajik” Meetup, in Boston, Was Amazing

On February 20, the founder of BlackGirlMajik, Shydeia Caldwell, brought her cause of uplifting women of color to Boston’s Emmanuel College campus. Co-organized by the non-profit groups We Are The Ones and Encuentro Diaspora Afro, BlackGirlMajik, prior to the date, sent out an email blast to all Black women and women of color who were interested in attending the event. I became aware of it … Continue reading #TBT: February’s “BlackGirlMajik” Meetup, in Boston, Was Amazing