She sat across from me, her almond eyes seemed a shade darker than I remembered. Stirring her drink, she stared out of the window. I watched as her nose wrinkled when she brought the cup to her lips, same as she’d always done. I handed her the sugar dispenser as I knew this would … Continue reading Coffee: Zoe Chapter 6
Warning: This post will be discussing race. If you are sensitive to the topic or can not handle reading about someone else's experience without feeling personally attacked, this is not for you. I repeat, this is my experience, not an attack on any person. Like so many people, I quit my last job because of … Continue reading Target practice
I came home after the revision meeting with the new lead for The Tea to find a bouquet of lilies on my doorstep from Emory. My heart skipped a beat when I saw the beautiful arrangement and read the card she sent with them. I hadn't heard a word from Emory since the night of … Continue reading Coffee: Gabrielle Chapter 5
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Source: Roy Rochlin / Getty Everyone I know who has ever spoken about Charlamagne has the same story about how much of a stand-up guy he is and how he gives other Black creatives a chance when no one else will. He’s fought to get people on the Breakfast Club and his MTV shows and… via … Continue reading Charlamagne Doesn’t Deserve Your Silence — Cassius | born unapologetic | News, Style, Culture