Contributors to Black Voices

Status: Quo Minus Amplified (F. Theresa Gillard, of The South and The North, is fully engaged and wrecking the scene. Silently winning. Graciously loving. Tenderly disputing.)  Most recent post . . .

Alex Coston

Toward Justice (medical student Alex Coston, as a Black queer Christian navigating structural inequities and personal experiences in modern America, focuses here on intersectionality.) Most recent post . . .

Dwaina Howson No Matter How Small the Voice (dispatches from the world of Dwaina M. Howson, where inspiration comes in every experience, whether cooking or actively researching her allergy to most children)  Most recent post . . .

Ricardo J. Josué

The Drums, experiments, (with God’s help) from life’s kitchen by a water-bearing empath sprouted from Haitian ground, Ricardo J. Josué. Most recent post . . .

Clarence Morse Jr WH Framed.Clarence Morse, Jr. (aka CJ Morse, aka Clarence Jr., aka Monarca Fai, aka SanJ) is too busy trying to sort out all of his aliases to break free of the alabaster jungle known as Andover. Most recent post . . .

Shirelle Pearson

Shirelle Pearson, who calls herself Black, female, and middle-aged (that poignant trifecta), sees now as Our Kaïros, America’s moment of truth, and she’s speaking up accordingly. Most recent post . . .

Khris Robinson Weekly Hubris.

In Color not Recognized, freestyle/spoken wordster Khris Robertson (admirer of creativity and desiring humanity to realize its divine intellect) sends indirect messages for the good of thought. Most recent post . . .

Dr. Tanya Wright

Don’t You Know (consisting of reflections by Tanya Wright, DDS, oral pathologist, avid TV-watcher, and junk-food lover . . . especially Twinkies!) Most recent post . . .

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