Happy last-month of this hell year! We made it! Welcome to the second to last update on my Own Voices Global Reading Challenge. I still have a month to go, but I can resolutely say that this challenge was exactly what I needed -- and could a global reading challenge come at a better time … Continue reading East Asia: Wrap-up!
Dear reader, it seems strange to write this today, with the world as it is. Reeling in the wake of another full month of social distancing and death from the coronavirus, we also this week were faced with another senseless death of an innocent Black man, George Floyd, at the hands of the police. This … Continue reading South America: Wrap-up!
I hope everyone had an informative and reflective Black History Month! This month for the Own Voices Global Reading Challenge we read for Black America (#ownvoices selections from Black American authors). Here's what I read, listened to, and who I followed this month! What I Read Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston: … Continue reading Black America: Wrap-up!
January is (finally) over! In this post, I'm going to wrap up what I read for the Own Voices Global Challenge for Indigenous America, share with you some cool playlists and accounts I love on Instagram, and we're going to close up with a bit of info on some current topics in Indigenous America that … Continue reading Indigenous America: Wrap-up!