Musician, programmer, typewriter-enthusiast — titles are the dullest method of description, however efficient. Dane Pollard recognizes that due to the brevity of these descriptions titles are a necessary evil, and as such has decided to apply the above to himself. But above all else, he is a writer. A writer of code, of music, and, of course, a writer of words. He lives with his family in overpopulated and oppressively sunny Southern California.
Is it possible to not be black enough? If so, who is creating this scale on which blackness is measured, I would like to speak to this mysterious presence. I am a black woman who more often than not is labeled “not black enough”. I was born and raised in West Philadelphia, this is considered one of the more urban
Just think about it for a moment. You’re having a really bad week. Your boyfriend broke up with you, your check engine light keeps coming on and you have to bring it to the shop, AGAIN. You woke up on time (finally) but find you’re out of coffee and you want to punch yourself for forgetting to buy some the
If you’re having a bad day, this story might remind you to be thankful you’re alive. Not all of us get a second chance. The video about Ross Capicchioni’s story was released back in 2011, but it’s been resurfacing the Internet to share his powerful message. Filmed by The Berrics, a skateboard park founded by the skateboarders Steve Berra and