Not long after footage of Ahmaud Arbery and Breonna Taylor’s deaths circulated the media I received a call from leadership at the organization I was employed by asking me to provide details into one of the many grants I was tasked with writing. I wasn’t surprised that things were business as usual, but when my […]

Black Culture, Current Events, DEI

5 Ways To Celebrate Juneteenth

Black culture is often imitated and appropriated, but the magic of authentic representation occurs when Black people are centered in every aspect of the creative process. This Black History Month we invite you to begin diversifying your entertainment choices and amplifying Black diversity of thought and expression beyond the lens of pain and trauma. It […]

Black Culture, DEI, Entertainment

Black Entertainment Is For Everyone

Covid-19 has disrupted life as we knew it. For the better part of 2020 most people’s lives have taken on a much slower pace. Time spent sheltering in place offered up opportunities to bake sourdough from scratch, lean into TikTok, take on the role of teacher, and simply learn something new. But for many, this […]


Defining DEI