An American Daughter of Immigrants

An American Daughter of Immigrants

    By guest contributor, Tiffany Perez As I stood at the empty center of La Plaza de la Revolución in Havana, Cuba, I reflected on what my life could have been had my grandparents not taken the biggest risk of their lives by leaving everything they knew for...
Celebrating a 30th anniversary

Celebrating a 30th anniversary

I realized this week that it has been three decades since my first publication.  I am feeling particularly thankful to mark this anniversary.  It has not always been easy but I am happy that I am still at it. For all these years and more, I have been committed to...
The 1619 Project Revisted

The 1619 Project Revisted

Dear Baileyblog readers, I wrote this post some months ago when 1619 was being both heralded and critiqued by various parties and I am reposting now. Not much has changed on that front except some of 1619 critics are now calling for the Pulitzer Prize Foundation to...
Dear Breonna Taylor  by Brenda Cave-James

Dear Breonna Taylor by Brenda Cave-James

Bet you never thought bet you never knew in all your training- your saving of humanity How you might fly from a bloodied bed- bed-o-bullets Wee hours of the morning To save Breonna Taylor- (Oh wait-that would be you)   How you’d plug up hemorrhaging police gun...
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