"Black businesses have been "cancelled" for less, whether it'd be pricing of goods/services being sold or a restaurant owner telling patrons not to spread their secretion juice all over people's food while they're trying to enjoy their
B1 family, I'm thinking bout moving back to Charlotte when I get ready to buy a house.
What other majority black cities I should travel to before making a final decision?
"Is it too much of a burden for Black men to look for emotional ease from the ONE person outside of each other who understands our struggle almost at a one-to-one comparison?"
An excerpt from my latest blog post. Comment your thoughts, share this post, follow and subscribe to the blog as well. Thank you.
"Personally speaking, it's unfortunate when I communicate with a "friend" about my problems and they say "everybody has problems" or "try not to think about it" before trauma dumping all over me expecting me to feed their soul when all they were willing to give me were crumbs."
An excerpt from my newly published blog post. Check it out!
What's good y'all? How's your Sunday going?
I got a question. What's your definition of success? What does it look like?
Answer one or the other if they are both different or only have a response for one of them. For me, success is me actually making a living being a writer/author/creator. Of course I'd love ship loads of money but I'd be comfortable with a livable wage to my standard.
"I've been saying this for years but I'm glad our good sis IssaRae turned my hot line into a hot song. "I'm rooting for everybody Black." Funny enough, I started saying those same words as a teen/young adult when I started watching award shows and would be asked who I was rooting for. I don't watch award shows anymore but what hasn't changed is my love for the Black Team."
What's so refreshing about this blackform (black owned platform) is that there's not a bunch (or any) melanated rich people constantly inboxing me trying to get me to buy into their peramid scheme. Just people vibing, educating and being them. No one trying to scam other black folks under the guise of "networking" and "black economics."