week 31 \\ 2015

Not gonna lie, at first I only really knew of Jesse Williams from his tweets and candid interviews. Never saw him on an episode of Grey’s Anatomy, nor did I know that he’s actually a celebrity which proves he is much more than an actor- practicing what he preaches and vigilantly speaking on stuff that really matters, on and off camera. Unlike so many in his position, Jesse consistently utilizes the soapbox of fame to spread knowledge and ask real questions. He keeps the discussion going. Always a breath of fresh air in a media that continuously shoves disgusting, trivial dirt and lies down our throats. I just… love him.


Jesse recently went OFF on twitter about the death of our sister Sandra Bland. We all know that once you tweet it, it’s out there forever- just so you know he’s real about his actions. He celebrates his birthday today and I want him to have many many more; we need more like him, famous or not. I really hope he doesn’t end up “mysteriously” dead -another inconclusive passing or “senseless suicide”- because of his unapologetic tenacity and outspokenness. Despairing? Kinda. But real.

With the unsurmountable bs in the world today, it undoubtedly can leave a sister feeling very drained [emotionally, spiritually + mentally] and helpless, but we can make some waves if we came together. Take away the “beef” and divisiveness and garbage, and, like Sandra said, social media can be such a powerful tool if we do it right. It doesn’t cost a thing to show support or stand for something.


 Spread some knowledge. Question e v e r y t h i n g, friends. Do your research + stay woke.
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11 thoughts on “week 31 \\ 2015

  1. Love Jesse. He’s so woke. Between him and John (Legend), I get all of my feels. I, too, hope that we don’t lose him to some mysterious accident. Knowing how the US has previously “handled” truth tellers, I don’t want him to be taken away from us.

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  2. Great post, and you and Sandra are right. Social media if played right, can be so powerful…it’s practically all that is needed to really make a change. I’m smiling at least know that blogs like you are spreading truth and positivity while at the same time provoking thoughts and asking tough (not rhetorical) questions.

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    1. Thank you! I try to do my part. It could really makes some great waves of change, but people are too often caught up in the beefs and selfies and fleek game, which is cool, but not all the time.

      As always, thank you for reading and your feedback.

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  3. Hi Kelley, I have nominated you for the Liebster. I LOVE this post and the rest are thought provoking, interesting and a pleasure to read- great blog! && Thank you for my nod.

    The nomination asks for you to answer 10 questions from your Nominator as well as set 10 of your own and nominate blogs of your choice who will then do the same.

    For my questions to the nominees (these are on my blog as well)

    Who is your role model?
    Do you have any regrets in life
    What is your favourite movie?
    If you could have a super power what would it be and why?
    What are your lucky numbers
    Name something you are afraid of?
    What is your fondest childhood memory?
    Define yourself in 5 words?
    What is your greatest achievement this far?
    Why or how did you start blogging?

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