I get a lot of haters for identifying with Paganism. The Pagans hate me because I’m a Voodoo practitioner, and the Voodoo devotees hate me for aligning myself with Pagans. Read more

Brown Girl Tarot™ , the world’s first real life non-illustrated Tarot Card Deck, that exclusively features 78 photographs of Women of Color and one adorable brown baby girl! Read more

One of the most useful parts of the book is the appendix where she lists common animal lessons that one might be facing. Read more

Have a Blessed St. John’s Eve everyone ! Get clean, stay bright, and remember the potential that this time of year holds ! Read more

It is associated with a variety of herbs namely – sage, frankincense, gardenia, lemon, lavender, and violet. Read more

Viviane Gauthier was known as the “Goddess of Haitian Dance.” She passed on to the land of the ancestors this week at age 99. Read more

The Brooklyn Museum’s new exhibit We Wanted A Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965-85, is full of the spirit and fire of the place. All of the works here show a spirit of resistance, pride, and hope for a better tomorrow. Read more

The legendary Baba Chuck Davis left to join the ancestors on May 14th 2017. He was a visionary and a pioneer in the world of dance. Born in 1935 in Raleigh, North Carolina he grew up apart seperate from dance traditions and ended up serving in the Navy. After leaving the service he became introduced to Afro-Cuban music and religion and the rest, as they say is history. He went on to study with Afro-Diasporan dance pioneers like Katherine Dunham… Read more

According to the legendary Victorian language of flowers if you received this bloom it meant happiness was to return to you. Read more

Twin Peaks is the whole package. Read more

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