Archive for September 2018

A Comeaux: Why Black Women Snap

A Comeaux: Why Black Women Snap
By A Comeaux It’s been a while since I’ve done this. Writing my experiences in transparent Facebook posts has been the extent of my social commentary contribution. Part busy with life, part ashamed when its not glorious its not worth reporting to the masses. Part guilty because my anxiety and depression were beginning to surface... Read more »

Interview: Common Talks About SmallFoot and All Things Chicago

Interview: Common Talks About SmallFoot and All Things Chicago
By Laura Miller & Cabryl Breotti In the new Warner Bros. film SmallFoot, Migo had his life planned out, he would carry out his family’s tradition of waking up the sun, and he would be blissfully happy living within his destiny. This all changes when he discovers that the legend is true. The small foot... Read more »

Sherese's Story: "I Was Blindsided By Divorce."

Sherese's Story: "I Was Blindsided By Divorce."
By Sherese Renee Seevers On Thursday, December 1st, 2011, my husband gave me an early Christmas present. We were sitting across from each other having a difficult conversation about the status of our almost 5-year-old marriage – a mere 28 days before our anniversary. Voices weren’t raised, tears hadn’t fallen, but our four palms were... Read more »
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