The Delta Variant Is Growing Rapidly

India is seeing its largest death toll to date, topping numbers of over 400,000 deaths in the country alone. This could be due to the delta variant that is starting to see some significant growth in the United States recently. The deaths due to COVID-19 in India have been thought to be a lot higher than what is initially being reported because of the lack of ability to deal with the high body counts that their heath care system was not prepared to handle. So, the ever-prevalent delta variant is said to be the main cause of so many of the … Continue reading The Delta Variant Is Growing Rapidly

I Binged The Netflix Series Selena: The Series, Part 2

I watched Selena the Series: Part 2 a few nights ago.  It was so insightful. I stayed up until 5 am because I just couldn’t stop watching. As a fan of the Tejano singer, I didn’t know a lot of that behind-the-scenes information that they shared. It really went in-depth with the struggles she faced as she grew into her fame.  While Part 1 went into her early years and portrayals of her sibling’s stories, Part 2 focused on Selena and her marriage. In the movie, they only had a small window to show her life and the life of the … Continue reading I Binged The Netflix Series Selena: The Series, Part 2

Sundays Made Me Forget I am Biracial

Many times I get confused for being Caucasian. At first glance, you probably wouldn’t guess my biological father is black. In the same contrast, you probably wouldn’t be surprised my biological mom is white. I am one of those mixed gals; one of the girls with ‘the good hair’. Race has always been something I’ve struggled with. As a young girl, I used to dream of having hair that was bone straight, like many of my friends had. I never knew how to identify with either side of myself. For each side, I was too much or too little of the other, … Continue reading Sundays Made Me Forget I am Biracial