“STUCK” I feel stuck. Paralyzed. Emotionless almost. Hopeful. Hopeful that my friends of different backgrounds don’t make generalizations about my race. Whether it is walking in the grocery store, or working out at the gym I feel uncomfortable as a black person. I get the stare. The stare of fear, the unknown, and repentance from … Continue reading STUCK


It's common advice from your elders: “Follow your dreams, while you’re young!” For me, the people who pass on this advice often seem they’re talking with a sense of discontent - maybe even with a whisper of regret. At the end of the day, we, the majority anyway, seem to fall victim of circumstance, not … Continue reading Dreams