Inclusion

It’s very important that we know the difference between using our voice and emotional rhetoric. Everyone gets frustrated with the state of the world, environmental disappointments  and the quality of their lives, but how we deal with these issues impact our character. The internet is ominous and unforgiving. Often manyContinue Reading

Why are there so many angry faces, for demolition of, reminders for “The American Slave Trade”? Being honest … I got sick and tired of scrolling. It’s something to be said about individuals who value a war, set in place to keep civilization from moving forward. A war that wasContinue Reading

Everyday we here stories of police brutality. Black men and women dying senselessly. Each time justified by past criminal histories and demonized by talk of drug use or some other stigma. This idea of extermination appeals to non blacks because the narrative remains the same as it has for hundredsContinue Reading

I’m truly dismayed to really see so many persons with Albinism, on such repelling ends of the spectrum; when there is truly a middle ground. Either people are shouting I’m confident to the world or they only share the perceived reward of overcoming. I guess material assets or your annualContinue Reading

Fenty Beauty for Review Persons with Albinism

Last Saturday, I got a chance to get out and enjoy the fresh crisp air in Atlanta, Georgia.  I had planned an outing to visit Perimeter Mall to support the release of new brand, Fenty Beauty by Rihanna Fenty! I saw online posts and testimonials from a young lady withContinue Reading

Albinism and Respect for persons with Albinism

We are more than the superficial characteristics of our person, but everywhere we look someone is finding a way to bring attention to things that trouble them and become a leader in their own right, by being he solution to their issue. (in theory it sounds good…. but is thatContinue Reading