Archive for the ‘Boundaries’ Category



America has entered new territory when it comes to issues of sexual diversity: “Toleranceville.”  Never heard of it? Sure you […]

Just last week, the United States celebrated the 58th anniversary of the Brown v. Board of Education decision which made segregation in […]

As I climbed the subway stairs on an unusually warm and sunny Spring day, I saw the shadows of two […]

I remember growing up and learning how to “holler” at girls. I’ll be honest, I’ve never found it particularly natural […]

Over the past few years it’s come in vogue to make the statement, “I’m not homophobic. I’m not afraid of […]

If Walls Could Talk

January 6, 2012 · 2 Comments

We are in a very special moment. Recently a dear friend of mine and great comrade told me about an […]

“I think I’m Malcom X, Martin Luther/ Add a King, Add a Jr.” –Lupe Fiasco Building Minds Faster (B.M.F.) Recently, […]

Last week, I had the pleasure of being on NPR’s Tell Me More with host Michel Martin to discuss the […]

With the World Cup coming to an end yesterday in South Africa, here’s my commentary on African-Americans and World Cup […]

Recently, I penned a piece discussing the need for Black folks to join in with the fight against Arizona’s racist immigration […]