Talk about an unique energy. Mutabaruka is just that. This Rasta breddren (brother) has a way with his words. Not only does he make you think and dig deep into your conscience, but he also […]
I had a long conversation with one of my breddren yutes the other night and we touched on a few topics that our culture faces on the daily. During this time, the breddren pulled up […]
My whole life, the statement, “You don’t act black” has followed me, even into my adulthood. My response (in my head of course 😅) would be “What’s acting black? Black’s a color cjemor (love) 😄. […]
Here’s a poem I wrote back in high school. I found it while going through old files dating back to elementary school. I don’t know what inspired me to write this, but here it is….
When I think about you, One word is never enough. To describe the feel of your hard working hands, Yet your gentle caressing touch. Just feeling on me, You take your time, no need to […]