Author Archives: Charing Ball
Did you listen to her hearings? How do you think she’ll serve the people?
Folks are going in on Mya like some of us aren’t out here juggling two or three side jobs instead of one steady, decent-paying and fulfilling job.
Same story, different day.
While some think it’s pathetic, Charing Ball says the best part of the story about the woman who married herself is the people in her life who supported and participated in her choice. We all need people like this sometimes.
There are some definite drawbacks.
Colorism isn’t, and has never been, a women-only issue.
Do you think we’ll continue to see this type of activism?
Outside of Mother’s Day and Women’s History Month (which are not federally recognized holidays), there just aren’t very many public and state holidays, or momentums and commemorations in general, which seek to canonize women on the same level as we do our male heroes and leaders.
Do you think they should do this?
It’s not just White folks.