Earlier this year I dated a f**k boy that changed my life. While I wouldn't call what we were doing "dating," I was engulfed in the rapture of a 30 something, creative east coast native with a knack for hip hop, blunts, history, and depressive moments of tyranny. I deemed him a f**k boy after…Read more How A F**k Boy Changed My Life (An Ode to 2016)
I'm up early. Deep in thought about life and whatever it is I am currently living. There is a job posting sitting pretty on the site for the design consulting firm I've been temping with off and on for the past 7 months that would be perfect for me. And am more than qualified for.…Read more Becoming.
I haven't written in a while. Having been on planes for the past month, traveling from London to Spain, all the way back to Chicago, a sistas been racking up heavy mileage both literally and in love. Well. Like. I have so many stories to tell. Experiences that need to be shared. A few blog…Read more Like and the Petty I am.
Let the Lion out. There is rage within his eyes. Please someone save me. ~Tamesha Danyelle Price
1:53pm. I'm sitting here posted up somewhere in a corner tucked away in Oakland's downtown hip cafe, Farley's East, sipping on the world's strongest Chai Tea, while my eyes hover of the latest issue of Inc. Magazine. To say I just wanted to chill, would be anything but truth, though my reasons for coming here…Read more The Movement & My Soul
Dear America, Perhaps you may have forgotten my permission to exist within the grips of your unfavorable realm of democracy that has dissolved into ashes of black bodies beaming from caskets, engraved in the soil in which we once were told to stand proudly on. Today, I am trying to align my right mind with…Read more A Black Culture in Mourning (Op-Ed Article for the Eastbay Express on Black Lives Matter)
I woke up this morning in a state of had enough, followed by headaches of emotional overloads that were triggered by the many tears I shed yesterday as news struck about yet another black man, Alton Sterling, killed at the hands of white police officers who felt it necessary to strip another black man from…Read more Why I’m Not Trying to Hear #alllivesmatter… And You Will Deal