This week I met Rakhi Mutta. I’ll describe her the only way I can: She is a graceful and modest sari-laden feminist fairy godmother, whose gift of sparking awareness towards under-represented groups comes to fruition through her natural flair for storytelling. Rakhi Mutta (left) and Komal Minhas (right) wearing local designer Mani Jassal I was not […]
In the age of #BLACKLIVESMATTER, being a black male consists of a variety experiences: to be subjected to the preconceived notions of others, while bearing witness to both the stigma and blessings of being Black. Regardless of what it means to be a black boy, it can be assured that it’s not easy embracing the emotions of our experience; to show […]
When we were young,
The World was just done its war,
But right before,
Our riches turned to dust,
We fell in love with what the world left for us,
It was nothing but bitter lust and broken trust.