Writing

How to Overcome Stage Fright

  We’ve all been there. 5-10 minutes before you have to get in front of an audience and suddenly your already present anxiety about speaking in public morphs into a…
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“When The World Was Black” Book Review

I just finished, “When The World Was Black” by Dr. Supreme Understanding. It was an exploration of world history starting about 200,000 years ago and how the overall context of…
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Word is Bond

  I went up to Seattle about a month ago to look at a studio apartment I was interested in renting. The sun was shining. I left work early. I…
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How Would You Like Your Racism America?

Are you ready to continue with the status quo and pick the candidate that says one thing and turns right around and practices the complete opposite? Or are you willing…
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3 Tips to Improve Your Public Speaking

  My plan is to become a public speaking coach out in Seattle. From a quick perusal on Google, I’ve found a lack of diversity in the pool of public…
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Ringside Revolutionary Poets

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ENi0TaeAmUM&app=desktop I’ve been part of some pretty dope spoken word events throughout the years in Seattle. RETRO. Isang Mahal. Freshest Roots. Logos. Cultivate. Cornerstone. There have been nights when there…
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A Training With Robin DiAngelo

  Robin DiAngelo facilitated a training for my job on Friday. Every 3 months or so, we have an all division professional development day, where essentially, everyone in student services…
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How Asian American Millennials Can Contribute to Social Justice

At this point, you’d have to be dwelling underneath some limestone to have not seen Jesse Williams’ speech at the BET awards. It was powerful. It was concise. It called…
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