In all of us there is a hunger, marrow-deep, to know our heritage- to know who we are and where we have come from. Without this enriching knowledge, there is a hollow yearning. No matter what our attainments in life, … Continue reading
“In all of us there is a hunger, marrow-deep, to know our heritage- to know who we are and where we have come from. Without this enriching knowledge, there is a hollow yearning. No matter what our attainments in life, … Continue reading
Posted in Adoption
Tagged adoptee, adoptee rights, adoption, biracial, equal rights, Indiana, Indiana HEAR, justice, Legislation, Lost Daughters, NYS Unsealed Initiative, OBCs, Ohio, SB 352, transracial adoption
We send our kids out to college with a promise of a better life if they go.
Are we upholding our end of the bargain? Continue reading
This is what I say to Racist White People:: Take off the damn robes. Stop hiding and OWN YOUR SHIT!
You wanna hate us, fine. Hate us. But live with the consequences of hating us. Live with the ramifications of your actions and beliefs.
Isn’t that what you preach over and over and over again?
Own it. Embrace it. Make it your friend.
So to the people who think just like those boys at SAE. and to all their apologist offering fake apologies or justifications: Stop it! Own up to the fact that you ARE a racist. Continue reading
Posted in Oklahoma, Oklahoma University, OU, Racism, Racist Fraternity, SAE
Tagged adoption, biography, biracial, Oklahoma, personal responsibility, racism, SAE, transracial adoption
Take me to another place Take me to another land Make me forget all that hurts me Helps me understand your plan. Arrested Development’s Tennessee was one of them most popular songs of the summer when I moved to Tennessee. … Continue reading
Today I woke up with dread in my heart. Yesterday I had a few panic attacks and I found myself weepy and I couldn’t figure out why. And then it hit me… I am suffering from PTSD from living in “Post … Continue reading
There is a strangeness in being mixed race that one could never understood by a person who has never walked in our shoes. Most mixed race people have a racial ambiguity. That is to say, people often say “what ARE … Continue reading
Well four years of college came and went. And much like a famous Charles Dickens book, it was the best of times, it was the worst of times. It was a time when I could get away from the racist … Continue reading
And although, I did not identify with them yet, I had broadened my understanding of what it meant to be a person of color. I learned that not all Black people were criminals who lived in the projects. There was Black middle class that sent their children to college, just like they did on the Cosby Show. It wasn’t just a fairy tale. Continue reading