Sometimes, there are things in life people just don't talk about. I do. Read Marley K's essays on real-life situations people are often ashamed to talk about because society wants s to be nice and quiet. Read real-life lessons for real people.
Marleyisms first newsletter.
Adult children returning home because of hardships due to the pandemic can wreak havoc on innocent neighbors.
Trump and the GOP's coup efforts are back on again now that the second Impeachment Trial is over and Trump was acquitted. Authoritarianism…
Because most white folks love themselves too much
Everyday Black women like my mother inspired me to fight not just for myself, but for Black people everywhere
America is White folks’ problem right now.
Intentionally losing focus on their roles in upholding White Supremacy is one way White people avoid addressing racism, and they’ve…
When White folks gather and don’t invite their Black neighbors.
Watching my neighbors grow apart after the children arrive from my kitchen window.
Although I wanted to spend the day fishing alone, my new friend for the day Mr. Alex, had other plans.
Sometimes the best lessons in life come from personal experiences.
Thanks Vanilla Isis.
White people overwhelmingly chose racism, inequality, hate, and white rage in 2020.
Unqualified White Women Love Playing Innocent, Taking Up Space They Know They Don’t Serve
Finishing up 2020 with a good attitude, half of a rainbow, and all the players of Team Whoop-Ass-at the very least
I Challenged The Publix Grocery Store Chain To Accommodate Black Hair and Beauty Needs, Because Black Hair and Skin Matters Too.
The New Book “Field Notes On Allyship” Is A Great Tool To Help Allies and Anti Racism Advocates On Their Journeys.
Antiracists Have Hurt Someone, Somewhere, and In Some Way. Their Victims Don’t Get Clean Slates and Fresh Starts.
Let’s talk about these Daniel Camerons, Kanyes, Cubic Zurconias & Polyesters and the other anti-Black Blacks because I’m sick of them.
Because White people have short-attention spans and low tolerance levels for Black rebellion.
On the grounds of physical, emotional, verbal, abuse and neglect, financial abuse, withholding of affection, AND irreconcilable…
It’s really not that hard to tell if you want to know. Just take a long, hard, look over your life, privately.
The more Black and Brown folks try to desegregate America, the angrier (and distant) white people become.
I’m physically an emotionally exhausted. How are you coping with this new way of life?