I Dreamt I Saw You

I dreamt I saw you. I saw you in an expansive forest, there you were, surrounded with lush trees and leaves reaching towards the rays of the sun, rooted in deep rich, soil laden with the blessing of the rains. Here you were, walking, but levitating above ground, and you wore a long cloak madeContinue reading “I Dreamt I Saw You”

Thoughts of My Father: On Forgiveness, Transformative Justice and Black Feminism

Previously Published in The Feminist Wire June 28, 2013 Author: Farah Tanis In this country and throughout slave colonies in the Caribbean, South and Central America and Africa, drivers were those Black slaves whom with overseer status, solidified and affirmed by the whip in their hands, insured the continued enslavement of others around them. WhenContinue reading “Thoughts of My Father: On Forgiveness, Transformative Justice and Black Feminism”