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December 20 2017, 11AM

An old classmate of mine described his commute to work in New York City the morning after the 2016 presidential election. The subway was eerily quiet, with each passenger both contributing to and receiving the effect of the communal pall that fell over th... [WIT Posts]

February 14, 3PM

Everyone has been waiting for the 2017 Grammy Awards. After a crazy, volatile 2016 when so many prolific music icons died, so much politically inspired music was released and the never-been-done visual album LEMONADE was released by Beyonce, everyone was ... [WIT Posts]

February 9, 6AM

If you know anything about black women, you probably know that hair can be a touchy subject. For black women, our hair history is complex, to say the least. From the time of capture during the trans-Atlantic slave trade, black women immediately lost auton... [WIT Posts]

November 2 2016, 8AM

“Ole Satan’s church is here below; Up to God’s free church I hope to go.” –Harriet Jacobs, Narrative of a Slave Girl, 1861 My research for my book project introduced me to the rich history of slave narratives, many of which have been preserv... [WIT Posts]

September 20, 9AM

Turn the other cheek. Do unto others. God is kind to the ungrateful and the wicked. Be merciful, just as your Father is merciful. Do not condemn, and you will not be condemned. Forgive and you will be forgiven. The pastor at my little house church taught... [WIT Posts]

August 20, 1PM

Last year we moved away from an affluent suburb to the City of Hartford.  Our neighborhood is (admittedly) still fairly affluent, but it is a little more diverse, and the issues of city life surround us.  As a result of the move my daughter entered 2nd ... [WIT Posts] [black lives matter] [mary] [motherhood]

April 25, 5PM

If you have been on the internet since Saturday night, you have heard about Beyoncé’s new visual album titled LEMONADE.  In true Beyoncé fashion, her work has people from all corners of social media weighing in.  From celebrations of Black Girl Magi... [WIT Posts]