“I first stepped into the ring at 18 years old, and it had become one of the quietest places in the world for me. I found zen in the silence of that space.” – Dawn Tyree, Former Child Bride, Present Advocate and Freedom Fighter. I first stepped into the ring when i was 23. Some say Black women have it harder, than white counterparts, but the … Continue reading #CultLife: In Defense Of The Anti-#ChildBride/Husband Bill In #California, Introducing The Work of Global Hope 365
So for a while now I’ve been talking about a new site that I’ve been working on, but this year has been absolutely insane. First of all, there was the book, Uncomfortable II: Fundamental Foundations for Mental Health Content Creators, and then came the crippling indecision about whether to release it, which led to not a complete rewrite, but enough edits that if I hadn’t … Continue reading COMING SOON #604North
I am not an educated woman by regular standards. I am educated by the streets that I volunteered on, grew up in, and lived on for years. As a child I would “escape” my house in the middle of the night, and go for 2-3 hour walks, talking myself, because none of the adults would listen to me. People think this sounds crazier, but it … Continue reading Why Are Grown Women Still Using Toilette Paper for Pads?