At the Intersection: I struggle with how much I should give God out of my wallet and in my time and talents, the other ways I was taught to tithe.
At the Intersection
At the Intersection: Michelle Obama or someone else saw fit that she erase her history of success. And yet, the first lady represents many black women.
At the Intersection: The first author I read who addressed sexism in the Black Arts Movement jolted me out of my fantasy of black unity, black love, etc.
At the Intersection: How do we get stuck on judging other people's behavior? I think it happens for two reasons.
At the Intersection: Violence isn't always physical. When people with money and power withhold access to funds from those who need it, that's violence, too.
At the Intersection: In this new column, Mariam Williams discusses existing in many spaces at once and holding multiple identities.