Who Votes? Part I

By Kimberly Perette If you don’t vote, don’t talk to me about the state of the union. You’ve forfeited your voice. Here are some facts. According to USA today on 10/30/20, 85 million people have already voted. There are more than 257 million people in the U.S. that are 18 or older and 240 million … Continue reading Who Votes? Part I

This is How I Feel About Politics

Pauli Murray – Wikipedia

Pauli Murray - Wikipedia — Read on

Black Lives Matter Therefore All Lives Matter Video by cottonbro from Pexels

John McWhorter: America Has Never Been Less Racist

Fred Astaire “Slap That Bass” 1937

The World is in a mess....

Diana Vishneva: Beauty in Motion- F.L.O.W part III

Let's think of Beauty today...

An Uncensored Voice Is Always Relevant: Lysa Cooper

On the invisibility of African American women. We feel lonely sometimes.

A Butoh Documentary: Kamaitachi in the Snow

A beautiful release of complex emotions. Rather than fight, try this.

“There’s no right or wrong way to experience Butoh. Just experience it.”

Butoh Dance Performance in Japan

  The strength of emotions...

The Powers of Ten

I saw this in college and will never forget it. Thanks CCAC (California College of Arts and Crafts)

Universal Declaration of Human Rights, 12/10/1948

Did everybody forget about this? Thank you Eleanor Roosevelt, my girl, and my muse.