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Six Degrees of Segregation

May 18, 2021

Tracing one's ancestry as a Black person in America can often be a short endeavor. But for Latise Hairston, she was able to go all the way back to West Africa. As a member of one of the largest families in America, the Hairston "property" ledger connected some dots and did the rest (#NotAnAd). 

From a...

May 11, 2021

Christina Wilson is an army veteran, mom, wife and currently works as a federal employee. We share a high school but not necessarily a high school experience. As classmates, teammates and friends, I didn't realize how vastly different our experiences were in the town we grew up in, or the classrooms we shared, until...

May 4, 2021

Tiffany and I are second degree connections turn fast-friends. She's a do-it-all kind of woman who puts her whole heart into everything she touches.

As a Marketing + Communications Professional, Certified Mystic and Trauma-Informed Yoga & Meditation Teacher, the conversations we have hit on multiple levels.

We talk what...