Tag Archives: BlackLivesMatter

Stop & Feel.

Tension. As I lay dying blood oozing from my veins, there’s a fleeting sense of peace I’m finally done with fighting for my freedom to be free. As I begin to feel myself against the cool cement I can’t stop … Continue reading

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Sustenance in Rage.

I dedicate this post to all the Black Rage, to all of us in mourning, who are bound to a cage, of all the little things getting in the way of the process, of living of grieving leaving us shattered … Continue reading

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Holidazed: Part 2

Resting in the Wreckage. Resisting the daze, can lead to a craze, that isn’t very easily shaken. Being reminded your life, and all your toil and strife is essential to the status quo that binds you, is more than enough … Continue reading

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Holidazed: Part 1

When every day you mourn more death and violence against your compatriots, it is tough to put on that coating of numbness to get you through this holiday season of happiness and joy. Well, this post is not one that … Continue reading

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Reflecting on Ferguson: Anniversary of Rage & Love

Remember. May this keep your rage strong. Until Next Time, -D

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When Words Don’t Seem to Work: Requiem For A(nother) Black Life Lost

Upon the news of Sandra Bland, I was grief stricken, pissed, numb, and now I am attempting to work through fear & anxiety. There are no words to quantify the superficially deep connection I have with the complex emotions involved … Continue reading

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