The Feminine Pronoun Series: “Black” or “African American”? (No. 35)

As part of a creative diversity and inclusion workshop I facilitated at Lewis University, I asked people one question: “Which do you prefer? “Black” or “African American”? The responses were alternately surprising and soulful. They served as the centerpiece of the workshop, and they created a jumping off point for one of the most fascinating Read more about The Feminine Pronoun Series: “Black” or “African American”? (No. 35)[…]

Vlog: The Feminine Pronoun Series: “I Contain Multitudes” (No. 34)

I titled this video “I Contain Multitudes, “as a nod to poet Walt Whitman’s “Song of Myself.” I love the poem because it is an expansive celebration of the visceral kingdom, the body, pleasure, our mortal reality, and the justice of seeing everything as part of a converging whole. I like to think of my Read more about Vlog: The Feminine Pronoun Series: “I Contain Multitudes” (No. 34)[…]