We are Black History!

On this Day in Black History On February 1, 1960, four freshmen from North Carolina A&T State University walked downtown and “sat-in” at the whites-only lunch counter at Woolworth’s. They did not leave until it closed that day. Who were they? Four Black college (NCA&TSU) freshmen, Joseph McNeil, Franklin McCain, Ezell Blair Jr. and DavidContinue reading “We are Black History!”

We Still Want Justice Beyond Symbolic Gestures

We helped build this country and deserve the civil liberties and “justice for ALL” that this Republic promises to Americans. We are Americans. Stop systemically killing us. End systemic racism and rebuild this country to be a true land of opportunity and actual United States that we declare we are!🔥 While many important truths areContinue reading “We Still Want Justice Beyond Symbolic Gestures”

Looking Back to Increase Presence while Pressing Forward: A Juneteenth Celebration & Reflection with New Revelation

As a American who is called Black only because of a social construct called “race” that was created to oppress humans who have melanin in their skin, I come to you today to invite you to have a very timely #CourageousConversation. Many surely will see the videos and ask me, “Toy, have you always celebratedContinue reading “Looking Back to Increase Presence while Pressing Forward: A Juneteenth Celebration & Reflection with New Revelation”