October 7, 2022

Stories of Noire

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Tired of Being Tired
We are all tired. We are tired of dealing with the trauma of what it is to be black in a nation that your ancestors help build but still openly shows its disdain for us …
Returning To Our Roots
Even before food prices began to climb, there was a steadily growing community of African Americans that were seeking to return to the agricultural roots of our Ancestors. They are intentionally leaning on the self-reliance …
Practice Makes Perfect: The Dance of White Anti-Racism
I work as a diversity, equity, and inclusion manager at a predominately white company. I’ve come to this work by way of advocating for and creating space in the predominately white dance/movement therapy world. I …
Things They Don’t Teach Us
School taught me so much, and I appreciate everyone of my teachers, but school never taught me about my own people. This year I made a decision to learn more about my own culture, my …
Dear Middle School
On August 17th, 2021, I released my 11-year-old Black son to your halls. This is a first for me. My motherly habits have been in overdrive as worry and concern take over my being. My …
Grace to Cancel the Cancel Culture
Grace is the love of God shown to the unlovely; the peace of God given to the restless; the unmerited favor of God. –Anonymous Grace to Cancel the Cancel Culture Cancel culture has become a …

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