I am so excited to host my first round up featuring a host of talented black bloggers. In this round up you will read about the thoughts, feelings, and even some of the experiences of bloggers in relation to the Black Lives Matter movement. So many posts were popping up regarding the critical movement and time in our history, I felt it only right to gather some all together. Without further ado let’s get into the posts.
In this article Pat describes some ways we can celebrate Juneteenth as well as some great reads one can use educate themselves on the movement.
Nadine takes into her life as an island girl from Aruba and her experiences there and here in America.
Marissa a blogger and former teacher dives into how teachers like myself can discuss race in the classroom.
Yalana details to emotional rollercoaster that is witnessing police brutality as well as why we’re so frustrated.
Tiffany contemplates when is the best time and age for parents to begin discussing racism with their own children.
Tyler lends her voice and thoughts on police brutality.
Melissa begins her article with powerful personal story and tells us ways to initiate change.
Chaffron a.k.a Mack the Maverick explains that the real pandemic we face is racial injustice.
Kandace provides us with a great list of reads for those wanting to educate themselves more on the injutices of Black People and racism in America.
Tinuke tells us straight up…we tired.
Mika provides some links and resources related to demands for end of systemic racism.
Kita gives five ways allies can support the black community.
Tamekia at Black History Journey imagines the black utopia; a place that is ours.
Charity breaks down 3 tips for having discussions with children about racism.
Jamie gives a riveting recount of recent events.
Finally, I give my thoughts and feelings on the state of things.
I truly hope you enjoy reading these amazing bloggers stories and thoughts as much as I enjoyed rounding them up. Happy Juneteenth!