Welcome | february 2013

The other night I watched the 1991 feature JFK about the Kennedy assassination. The film’s implications are frightening. While JFK may seem to have little to do with February, with love, relationships, with Black History Month, my thoughts lie in the relationships built and broken. In how events ripple out in waves. In our need […]

Welcome | february 2012

There’s a fairly old joke among Black folks that says we were given February to celebrate our heritage because it’s the shortest month of the year. Meaning, of course, that’s about as much as we could expect. I often consider the juxtaposition of Black History Month and St. Valentine’s Day. When I think about the […]

february 2012

  WEST COAST fearlessMeditation I | Practice of the Body CXC | Center for Transformative Change | Berkeley, CA   Friday | February 10, 2012 | 7:00-9:30pm  & Friday | March 9, 2012 | 7:00-9:30pm Register   Rockwood Leadership | Art of Leadership Westerbeke Ranch | Sonoma, CA   Monday – Friday | March 26-30 Deadline […]

welcome | february 2011

As we do every February we’re taking a look at relationships, those that are harmonious and those that struggle for harmony. We can consider the changing relationship happening as we speak between Egyptian citizens and their government, and the constant struggle of what it means to be in relationship with the US as a Black […]

National Black HIV/AIDS Prevention

February 7th is National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. This years theme is “HIV/AIDS Prevention – A Choice and a Lifestyle.” HIV and Aids affect people of all races, and it is essential to have a day which speaks specifically to and for Black People during African American History month about these diseases.