“Let Me See You Once More:” Finding, Restoring, and Amplifying Marginalized Voices that Build Community

  By Precious Rasheeda Muhammad   By the time Old Lizzy Gray’s enslaver Dr. E. J. Mims buried her in a granite sarcophagus on his South Carolina plantation in 1860, she had 127 years’ worth of stories built up in her. Stories from lives lived on two different continents. One as a free Muslim in … Continue reading “Let Me See You Once More:” Finding, Restoring, and Amplifying Marginalized Voices that Build Community

Finding “Flow”

by Jacquie Cope I've longed to write fiction for as long as I can remember, probably since the moment I was able to read. Paradoxically, for most of my life, I never wrote a word. First, I was always too wrapped up in other pressing issues – education, work, kids—to get much, or actually anything, … Continue reading Finding “Flow”