Sabrina highlights two organizations whose founders share the mission of helping inner city youth survive and thrive through yoga and mindfulness.
I attended my first TEDx event in January, and weeks later I am still processing how to translate what I felt into an experience that anyone can relate to.
At the height of the Baltimore Uprising and the dawn of the #BlackLivesMatter movement, Kwame Rose found a sense of purpose for life while protesting death.
Cars turned over and engulfed in flames. Angry black Americans yelling and screaming at the police. And my children's eyes glued to the TV screen.
The majority of the people who protested in Baltimore didn't know Freddie Gray personally. However, we all related to being victims of police brutality.
I’ve spent a great deal of time and words capturing what has been going on in Baltimore. I’ve yet to include how this makes me feel. I don’t feel very good.