Between not liking to drive everyday, the costs of insurance maintenance, parking, tickets, etc, for me it’s less of a toll financially and emotionally to be sans car ownership.
My skin is alabaster, my hair white and my eyes are translucent. Like a chameleon, they take on different colors according to what I wear. I was born with albinism. And yet, while my skin is the first thing people notice when they meet me, I know that I am so much more.
Touring performance of Ntozake Shange’s For Colored Girls aims to uplift plight of missing Black girls and women .
In honor of International Women’s Month, ARISE 2.0 celebrates Amani Al-Khatahtbeh a 24-year-old author, blogger, feminist who is Muslim. Amani … More
I am charged with a renewed commitment to do my part alongside countless others to educate and advocate for greater awareness about albinism and an end to discrimination toward people with albinism.
by Kiki My quote from the day was from James Baldwin: “I am a writer I like doing things alone”. … More
Phat is a proud Oakland resident since age 5. He contributes granola bars (buys in bulk from Costco) to homeless folks in tent cities and beyond.