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5 Little Gems: September How to Lie With Statistics   I’m still in the thick of this book. How to Lie with Statistics breaks the chain of herd-like thinking. “95% of the general public eats dairy.” We know this is a lie (or is it?). So how did this number come to fruition?   The book demonstrates how all numbers can be manipulated. My initial thought has always been, numbers cannot lie. We accept statistics as true and accurate because...
  This June, I'm sharing my little gems. From working out with Halle Berry to getting schooled by the witty Koko, I hope you enjoy my finds. :-) My Soul to Keep I don't know about you but It's important to me black stories I come across involve POWER. A few weeks ago, I was talking with my lovely friend who is studying film at USC. She and I shared our findings of black stories that were fantasy/sci-fi. In came,...
This February, I curated a festival of music, books, and essentials. Not only is February Black History Month, it's also my birth month! Celebrate Black Excellence with this birthday gal! *cues horns and audience cheer* All book links are to a black owned book store :-) Books: Otis Redding: An Unfinished Life I am still reading this hearty autobiography on Otis Redding and bay-bee, it's FULL of historical notes on Atlanta's post-slavery black culture and Great Migration. Jonathan Gould does a great job...