It’s Already Too Late – Elon Musk

https://youtu.be/z3EQqjn-ELs Elon Musk is so deep and thoughtful and kind. He is an amazing human being. I wish him all the best and thank goodness he exists in my time on the planet. Elon, your words have touched me deeply. I'm sure they've touched a lot of us, 3,532,522 views and counting. I understand what … Continue reading It’s Already Too Late – Elon Musk

The Common Wind Symposium at Duke University Honoring Julius S. Scott

https://youtu.be/F0mBGRMVjAU This important work has changed the narrative of African American history. The way African American history is documented, taught, and told in the United States, even the world, has been transformed because of his work. Not only did he write it, but he trained others to write it therefore, like a wind, they have … Continue reading The Common Wind Symposium at Duke University Honoring Julius S. Scott

Well Folks, the DNA Analysis is Back!

Kimberly's Ethnicity Estimate Nigeria33%Cameroon, Congo & Western Bantu Peoples20%England & Northwestern Europe10%Mali7%Ivory Coast & Ghana6%Scotland5%Senegal5%Benin & Togo5%European Jewish2%Norway2%Wales2%Baltics2%Southern Bantu Peoples1% Regions of settlement in the United States Early Virginia African AmericansEast Texas, Arkansas & Louisiana African AmericansMississippi & Alabama African AmericansCentral Alabama-Mississippi Border African Americans Well, well, Zach, who'd have thunk it? What a menagerie … Continue reading Well Folks, the DNA Analysis is Back!

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

Do You Know What Part of Africa You’re from?

By Kimberly Perette...for Zach We were sitting around the table at a restaurant and a discussion of everyone’s 23andMe came up. “Dad always thought he was Swedish, but found he was part Italian,” Caprice said. I’m part this and that everyone declared, proud that they were this type of European or the other. They never … Continue reading Do You Know What Part of Africa You’re from?

To Those of You Who Are Painting over the “Black Lives Matter” Signs

Look at you... What were you teaching your children? What were you teaching your young women? What were you teaching your young men? YOUR children were yelling and screaming for equality. They got it. But, what were THEIR mothers saying? What were THEIR fathers saying? What were THEIR brothers saying? All lives matter, huh? We … Continue reading To Those of You Who Are Painting over the “Black Lives Matter” Signs

There’s No Such Thing…

by Kimberly Perette “I’m fighting for my life here, Dan,” I yelled at my partner this morning.  The argument was about a chart that a friend of his sent to him showing the statistics of interracial violent crime.   “547,948 black on white, 112,365 black on hispanic, 59,778 white on black, 207,104 white on hispanic, … Continue reading There’s No Such Thing…

A Tesla Coil

When I touched your ear... ...with my tongue... There was the shock of a Tesla coil... Electricity went through me... Like the flowing of water Electricity beaming and connecting Hands outstretched as I stood in the middle Channeling energy Hands out stretched in the middle... And flowing.... I was like Tesla... ... on display to … Continue reading A Tesla Coil

Thank you

Thank you... ...for your kiss was like lightening Igniting a flame And it made me remember ....who I was ...and.... It reminded me that  I’m not in winter... That my passion is not barren And wanting more.

Voodoo-A KimP Presentation

https://docs.google.com/a/mills.edu/presentation/d/1ZWNUPEoMYsrIIZRb9hU-AQH7tPfxSRP3obAaevFDfYU/edit?usp=sharing