Now, I usually just let y’all decide which of my “You Gotta Read This” podcasts you want to listen to all on your own, because all of y’all are grown and I don’t like to be pushy. But this Lucille Clifton podcast was a moment I haven’t ever experienced; it was really a blessed evening.
Hey Y’all, I just wanted to remind you of the special Lucille Clifton birthday podcast on Sunday, June 27 at 7:30pm EASTERN on Talkshoe.com. I will be joined by five fabulous sisters: Sidney Clifton, Elizabeth Alexander, Kelly Norman Ellis, Nikky Finney, and Lyrae Van Clief Stefanon.
Y’all, this is the third week of summer school–three hours four days a week and it’s killing me. Not the actual teaching, though. No, teaching itself is pretty breezy; I’ve been doing it for nearly fourteen years now, so I think I got it down. What’s killing me is leaving my house and hitting that […]
In honor of Miss Lucille’s birthday, I will conduct a special Sunday celebration podcast on Sunday, June 27, 2010 at 7:30pm EASTERN on Talkshoe.com with Sidney Clifton, Elizabeth Alexander, Kelly Norman Ellis, and Lyrae VanClief- Stefanon.
There’s so much talk, all the time, about the impact of physically and/or emotionally absent fathers on young Black boys in America. But few Black people talk about this impact on Black girls, and how this affects Sisters’ growth.
I know it’s been a minute since I had my last podcast. Things have been hectic with my writing schedule, and my constantly having to conjure up some creative mojo. I had two teeny-weeny weeks of vacation, and now it’s back to teaching summer school. But I can’t complain. I get paid pretty good money […]
Many of us sisters say that we want a Black man who’s a feminist or womanist, who is progressive when it comes to gender roles, but really, we only want to pick and choose which parts of feminism or womanism that we want.