Ahhh, the challenges in life. I do my best to eat healthy on a daily basis. I watch my calories and starches and I’m gluten-free! I don’t eat pork and too little beef to really remember the last time I had any. I try to drink lots of water now, cut back on alcohol and
Category: Who Am I?
I stopped by the Transformer Station in the very cool Ohio City area on Cleveland’s Near West Side for a quick peak at the Raul de Nieves exhibit. The number of figures were few (thus the quick peak), but getting a closer look at each figure, it’s easy to understand why there weren’t many. Each
Is spring actually coming? In Cleveland, you never know. We aren’t safe from winter until June! Well, Kali and I took our chances and hit the road on the bikes. This is one of our favorite past times and couldn’t wait to get it back going. We rode to the lake and chilled for a
Finally! We’re getting that first album done. Good times – hard work! http://www.hashtagvirgo.com
With all of the information on Afrikan symbolism and symbology, power numbers and revelations, signs from the creator, nature and crystals, guidance and protection from the ancestors… the question still rings out, “why do I choose to adorn myself with an ankh?”… I choose life. Plain and simple. There are so many amazing facets of
I love library perks. I have spent time with some of the most amazing authors and leaders, hung out with RZA as he challenged students to chess, visited the Cleveland Museum of Art with Jerry Pinkney, and I’ve traveled across the country in the name of librarianship. That brings us to Common Ground. And though
HERE IS A LIST OF KWANZAA CELEBRATIONS IN CLEVELAND!
Once again the Umojah Nation crew came to Cleveland in style! This time it was Chalk Fest 2017. It was an all day performance – literally morning to evening, with a few breaks in between. And as always, the Cleveland Museum of Art hosted a great event. Like Pops asked when he visited the Museum
I had a great time at the BCALA Conference in Atlanta! In case you don’t know, BCALA stands for Black Caucus of the American Library Association. No doubt, I am honored to be a librarian of African descent. I often wear my garb to work proudly, even though I have been questioned on it at times