Inspired by this week’s readings in my grad class, but also by so much swirling around me these days, I went for it and chopped off my locks. Fourth time in 51 years. Last time: 20 years ago this month. Feels good to let go. Also loving the cherry blossoms that tell me it’s Spring.… Continue reading did it!
Today my graduate students and I take up the migrating black woman in urban spaces. Above is an image of a turn of the century woman of color in Puerto Rico. She seems to have exceptional confidence while being photographed. Or maybe she’s just pretending. We might certainly know as she moves through space she… Continue reading black woman, her hair and more
Tea and breakfast sandwich start my day today as I count down the moments to sharing “The Grant Green Story” with others in Edinburgh. There is much for which I feel grateful. It has been a long haul and who knows what’s ahead. Most immediately, always in the back of my mind is the fall… Continue reading musings
Five days until the Edinburgh screening of the documentary and serendipity abounds. While leaving a theatre where I saw “The Beautiful Fantastic,” I walked into a bakery named Greenwood. The proprietor was about to close and offered an extra croissant. I loved the name of her establishment. It has the name green in it. Grant… Continue reading five days…