Ebonics, Entitlement, and the Embodiment of Racism

Racism is running rampant in every segment in society today and it makes me sad… and angry. I do my best to be a vocal advocate for people of color in the pagan community. [Read more…]

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Wikipedia Editing : Essential Tips for Activists

All your Wikipedia editing will also need to be sourced. What is considered a reliable source is a relatively short list. [Read more…]

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Visit to the National Museum of African American History + Culture

The long awaited opening of the National Museum of African American History + Culture in occurred in September of 2016. Tickets have been highly prized, and I was fortunate enough to finally score some this past week. [Read more…]

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Mardi Gras Magick : Creating Change at Carnival Time

Mardi Gras is a party, a protest, a release, and a revolution. Mardi Gras magick is all around this time of year, what it’s all about. [Read more…]

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Happy Chinese New Year – the Cock, the Dragon and the Pearl

Happy Chinese New Year to all my readers. [Read more…]

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Prayer: Standing with Standing Rock #NoDAPL

The horrors occurring at Standing Rock have left me shocked, saddened, praying for my brothers and sisters, and most of all angry. The issue is this- the Dakota Access pipeline is proposed to carry 450,000 barrels of fracked crude oil per day, from the Bakken fields of North Dakota, 1,172 miles to Patoka, Illinois. Though [Read More…]

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Gede Celebration: The Dead Dance

Ms. Dieudonne spoke about how the Gede and the Baron were the only Lwa who could show up at any time. This shows us the dead have no boundaries, which is beautifully illustrated in the movements and feel of these dances. [Read more…]

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