This is my individual podcast section for my news capstone class. It wasn’t in the final product, but this is what I originally was going to submit. It’s a VERY rough draft, but it didn’t come out too bad! Anyway, this is what singles in Dallas and Denton thought of COVID testing before meeting dates or considering more dates with potential matches. Full Story coming soon on my journalist portfolio.
A more intense and gritty follow-up to the devastating events from “Resuscitation.”Continue reading ““Recovery: Book Two of the Code Black Trilogy” Reedsy Discovery Review”
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Continue reading “Clocked Out: Music Review”
I honestly never planned on reading this book simply because I thought, “I’m Black, I’m antiracist by default! Why would I waste my time on this book?”
Well, I’m here today to let you know my time was not wasted, and I learned that racism transcends Blackness and Whiteness. It also forced me to take a long, deep look inside myself and everything I thought I was doing right and just how pervasive and deep-rooted this country’s racism really is.Continue reading ““How to be an Antiracist” by Ibram X. Kendi Book Review”
These are 3 different poems that aren’t so merry about the most “wonderful time of the year.”Continue reading “Christmas Season Poems”
I went through all the trouble of writing this weekly journal for Race Psychology and prof decides the day before to notify us it’s scrapped, not due! I didn’t want to waste that time and energy for nothing.
Continue reading “Scrapped Journal!: Thoughts on Sexism and Sexual Discrimination/ Heteronormativity”
Read the full review on Amazon or Reedsy Discovery. Links at the bottom.Continue reading ““Void Fate” Book Review”
An intense and, at times, gritty read. Not quite a romance, but getting there, between 2 adults with their own success and thick passion.Continue reading ““Resuscitation” Reedsy Review”