Reflect on three things that you are grateful for and smile.
Paul Gascoigne, the former football star is an alcoholic but not a comedian. During 'An Evening With Gazza,' he insulted Errol Rowe, his Black security guard. He said, 'Can you smile please, because I can't see you?'. There were only more than a thousand people present! Gascoigne was charged with racially aggravated abuse and pleaded… Continue reading Insidious Racism Is The Worst Kind, Paul Gascoigne
The West responded with indignant outrage at Russia hacking into the files and publishing the private and confidential medical records of Simone Biles and the Williams sisters. As much as I appreciated the response from the West, white establishments have continually persecuted Black women including Biles and the Williams sisters. Therefore, I agree with… Continue reading Oi Russia Biles and Williams Are Our Darkies
Defending Biles & Williams against Russia does not mean Black Women are protected - read all about it - http://wp.me/p5VfIn-E0
If you have time to breathe you have time to meditate. Close yours, breath and relax for ten seconds, own them.
In Galaxy from 1pm today Special Guest Dilys from Who Will Hear My Cry - discussing rape and child abuse Who Will Hear My Cry #BlackWomenMatter
Ghost in the Wind by E.J. Copperman My rating: 5 of 5 stars The Haunted Guesthouse Mystery series by E.J. Copperman is brill. I would recommend starting with book one and working your way through the series. Our heroine is Alison Kerby, reluctant ghost whisperer, divorced with one eleven-year-old daughter, Melissa. Alison spends all her… Continue reading Literature Review: Ghost In The Wind