Celebrating Black History, Heritage, and Healing–24/7/365 
In this here place, we flesh; flesh that weeps, laughs; flesh that dances on bare feet in grass. Love it. Love it hard. … Love your hands! Love them. Raise them up and kiss them. Touch others with them, pat them together, stroke them on your face… You got to love it, you! …”
— Toni Morrison, Beloved
 Making 2020-2030 the Decade to Embrace the Truth of Black Humanity
Something wonderful is happening in the Black community in this first year of the 2020 decade. Major public figures are freeing themselves of centuries-old stereotypes about Black people. They are showing up as the diverse, rich, complex, and feeling human beings they are. Above all, they are offering shining examples of Black people loving Black people. Read more .
"Feeling" History
“Mama! Mama? Have you seen our Mama?”   It’s been several days since I’ve been back from Montgomery, Alabama, where I spent some time at the Legacy Museum, but those words are still haunting me. Just a few minutes into our walk through the darkness past the eerie representation of holding cells with holograms of enslaved people in the Museum, Cheryl Grills, my sister-collaborator from the Association of Black Psychologists, whispered to me to be sure to stop at the pen with holograms of the children. Read more.
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to Flourish While Black
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Taking the pledge will make you part of a growing global culture of resistance that is standing up to—and that will ultimately extinguish—the lie. 
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