You aren’t human if you were not moved by the courage Lauren Hill displayed living – not surviving – but living with an inoperable tumor in her brain. She is the epitome of an athlete. She pushed through the pain and medicated herself with her passion for basketball, and love for her teammates. She played […]
Mo’ne Davis made headlines and history for her outstanding athleticism with the young Philly team, Taney Dragons at the 2014 Little League World Series. The Dragons lost last night in an elimination game to the Jackie Robinson West Little League (JRW) team from Chicago’s south side. It was a nail-biter to the end. At one point […]
It has been an impressive week for one little fanatchick, Mo’Ne Davis. The 13 year old from Philly first became a household name last week for helping her team get to the Little League World Series. Mo’Ne pitches 70 miles/hour! That is fast for any 13 year old – boy or girl. She loves, “hitting […]
Last year I attended Blogalicious – a bloggers conference for women of color – in Atlanta. It’s always a good conference because it’s jam packed of information you need instead of fluff like many others. One of the keynote speaker Amy Dubois Barnett. She was at the time, the Editor-in-Chief of Ebony, the oldest and largest African-American magazine […]
There are so many women in the world who I admire for so many different reasons but one woman who amazes me is Natalie Morales from NBC News and the Today Show.
She’s a consumate professional, a mom of 2 boys, a wife and VIP fanatchick. She is so fortunate to have a career that gives […]
One of my favorite sports voices today is Jemele Hill. She started 2013 as an ESPN columnist making appearances on various tv programs for the sports network. She grew up playing competitive sports so she can provide perspective not just as a sports fan but someone who has experience as an athlete.
Jemele has such a […]