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Black Women March And Demand To Be Heard

October 8th, 2017  |  by  |  published in Blog, Featured, My Two Cents

Black Women March And Demand To Be Heard

Last Saturday the March for Black Women (M4BW) was held alongside the March for Racial Justice (M4RJ), which was organized in response to the acquittal of Philando Castile’s killer, Minnesota policeman Jeromino Yanez in June. Two days later, Seattle police officers shot and killed Charleena Lyles, who called 911 to report an attempted burglary at […]

Black Women Are Winning the Podcast Game

May 15th, 2015  |  by  |  published in Blog, Featured, My Two Cents

Black Women Are Winning the Podcast Game

Originally written for EBONY.com  From Angie Martinez to Wendy Williams, Black women were a consistent voice on the hip-hop and R&B stations I listened to growing up. But when I began wanting more talk, and less music, Brian Lehrer and Ira Glass (White male hosts that I enjoy) were waiting for me at the “front door” […]

Third Rail Express: #IndictTheSystem

December 12th, 2014  |  by  |  published in Featured, Podcast

Third Rail Express: #IndictTheSystem

#IndictTheSystem: We discuss the non indictment of both cops who killed an unarmed Mike Brown in Ferguson and Eric Gardner in Staten Island, and the on-going protesting that has followed these grand jury decisions. And we ask what does real social justice organizing look like in this moment? Originally posted on Brooklyn Deep.

What We Should Have Gotten From #BringBackOurGirls

May 13th, 2014  |  by  |  published in Blog, Featured, My Two Cents

What We Should Have Gotten From #BringBackOurGirls

On the morning I heard about the 200+ Nigerian girls who were kidnapped at their Chibok boarding school by the militant group Boko Haram I was with guy I’m seeing, who happens to be Nigerian. We were listening to the BBC and he (basically) assured me this happens all the time, that they (Boko Haram) […]

Returning Home After 25 Years

January 20th, 2012  |  by  |  published in Blog, Featured, Personal Essays

Returning Home After 25 Years

Originally written for Turnstyle News. It had been 25 years since my mom, Lois Williams, saw Freetown, Sierra Leone: the place she was born and raised, schooled, married, and had me, her first of three children. My parents left Sierra Leone in 1986, five years before the official start to the 11 year civil war that […]

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SLATE REPRESENT, a weekly show I launched, is a forum to discuss movies & TV created by and/or about women, people of color, and those in the LGBTQ community with critics and filmmakers alike.
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