By India Taina There is a phenomenon that I like to call “the TV under the rug”. It’s the idea that there is this symbolic television, and everyone has one of their own, fine tuned to them. The TV plays things that need to be addressed in your life, and depending on who you are,Continue reading “There Is A TV Under The Rug”
Oh sh*t! Looks like all the stereotypes on female leadership are going overboard– click here to see why and take a dive into what it’s like to lead with a not so traditional “feminine” lens. We are the leaders of today babe, let’s explore it!
Part One of this ethos, or philosophical collection, details ways in which the Black community and it’s allies can fight against the system by taking aim at it’s weaknesses, and also avoiding it’s strengths. Dialogue is heavily encouraged.
By India Taina I wish I could say this is my first time being so afflicted. That this was my first time feeling like my brother had been shot. That a part of myself, not entirely myself, but a part that I loved, a part that mattered to me, had been murdered. But it isn’t.Continue reading “Our Half of America”
In this piece, I write an open letter to both men and women as to why pushing our men forward in society can lead us into some powerful places! I included a new excerpt, titled “Too long, Didn’t Read” in which I give a quick summary of the whole post for my readers who like Mini Posts better! Lmk what you think in the comments! Sigue Pa’lante!
In this piece, I took it to the streets (well, snapchat streets) to find out your stories and turn them into a narrative to share with the world. Check it out and see if you can identify with any of the identities I created, and leave a comment on what the piece makes you feel! Enjoy!
In this post, I express some of the theories that I have as to why pandering exists outside of politics in everyday life. I define what it is, lay out some observations, and wrap it all up with real life examples, because would it be me if I didn’t keep it real? Enjoy!
In this piece, I take on one of the most polarizing topics in America since the OJ Simpson trial, and try to give it my best shot. Read to see what took me 10 days to research and come up with an opinion, and join the discussion! Do you think people of color and Trump supporters can coexist? Read to hear what might be a surprising take on what feels like an age old topic!
In this aptly titled piece, I lay it all out on how to live the unemployed life in the limelight 😉 JK! Here you’ll find the importance of accepting where you are, finding support when needed, and taking bottom bitch positions so you have somewhere to step up from (read and all will be revealed)! So, read along if you’ve ever been kinda down in the dumps about yourself or your situation, and I hope you like what you find!
In this post, I discuss the important and necessary truths that I believe have to be addressed with white people, from all backgrounds. I talk about white privilege, white shame, white pride, and even have a panel of women of color weigh in on what they feel are important boundaries for white girls (and all people in general) to understand when living in an unapologetic-ally Colored society. Here goes nothing!