A “New Agenda” is Due

It is frustrating women around the world are STILL fighting against the male ego, unjustified laws, and outrageous religious traditions. As I am becoming wiser, I am more aware of women's rights every day. We are up against political leaders telling women to "shut up" or "get over it" if they are victims of rape or... Continue Reading →

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New York City: Part 2

Day 3: Panorama Festival at Randall's Island It's festival day and I was super excited! My outfit was inspired by these two looks: SZA and Janet were scheduled to perform at the Panorama main stage, and we made sure to head to the front of the gate! Two of the other artists, CLOVES, and Pvris... Continue Reading →

Spring on the Beltline

In Atlanta, there is a trail that runs 22 miles of unused railroad corridors, which passes through the heart of the city's in-town neighborhoods. We call it "The Beltline". This trail is an outdoor art gallery full of art installations, graffiti under the bridges and other cool street art to admire or have an Instagram... Continue Reading →

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