When I was a child and my decisions hurt myself or another person my parents would always confront me with a question of why. Often my answer would include a statement of intent. No matter how terrible the situation, I would always say my intentions were never to bring harm no … [Read more...] about July 4th, 2021.
As we inch closer to Black History month I have pondered whether or not we were worth the lives lost in the struggle for civil rights . There have been countless martyrs in the fight against injustice. When discussing the blood shed we often use the word “sacrifice” … [Read more...] about A Dream Deferred
I’m an angry black woman, in fact I am furious. People keep asking me how I am coping with this time of civil unrest and it blows my mind. A Recession. 250,000 Americans dead from COVID. A sitting President of a democracy refusing to concede. Extended … [Read more...] about From Rage With Love
I have always felt a calling on my life, and as the child of two idealistic people they named me Destinee because they felt a woman named after fate itself could be fearless enough to define her own. When I decided to do the Episcopal Service Corps program in Baltimore many … [Read more...] about Chasing Destiny into Baltimore