I See You

Last night as I watched her smile and listened to her speech I was overcome with emotion. It hit me like a strong wave in the ocean that there was a Black, Indian-American woman who entered the stage dancing to Mary J. Blije and graduated from the college my middle child currently attends who will…

Fannie Lou Hamer

In light of the continued and very intentional voter suppression taking place fifty-five years after the Voting Rights Act of 1965, it seems befitting to put the focus on the woman who played a pivotal role in this fight for justice. Fannie Lou Hamer entered the world, Fannie Lou Townsend, on October 6, 1917. She…