Lessons learned in the first year of a pandemic

How to sum up the year 2020? My writerly self is always dependent on finding the right words. However, this has proven to be a year that is not so easy to tidy up in a sentence. I remember being in New York in January for my graduate school reunion. The weather was unseasonably warm, I had brunch with old…

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Kelundra Recommends 12.24.2020

It's Christmas Eve, y'all! I have loved Christmas since I was a kid. Celebrating the birth of Jesus and spending time with friends and family are what I look forward to the most. During this time of year, I like to watch feel good movies and transport myself into other worlds in the theater. Since the latter isn't an option,…

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Kelundra Recommends 11.27.2020

Fall is my favorite season. Fall is the season for tailgating, Thanksgiving and my birthday. Who can ask for anything more? As we enter the thick of autumn, and COVID-19 cases are on the rise, many of us are nesting and looking for ways to stay occupied around the house. From now through the end of December, I'm reviving the…

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122 Black Women Ran for Congress. Here are the Election Results.

Earlier this year, news outlets across the country reported that a record-number of Black women were running for Congress. In September, I compiled a list with their names and links to their campaign sites. Now that one of the most contentious elections in American history is over, I decided to do a follow-up to see how the ladies performed. Of…

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