Hoops to Healthcare in America. Jay Knew talks about one of the things that keep him up at night. What happens if his wife is in a car accident? Or worse, he is in one? Can he afford to care for his family? Find out more about the hoops to medical care.
According to the National Survey of Family Growth, more than 1 million American couples grapple with secondary infertility. Tara is a self-described sass-mouthed, Southern, mommy blogger with a story to tell. Meet her family.
Sunday Poetry features none other than the Sun. Come enjoy a wildly poetic take on sunrises. Let’s grow.
Welcome back to the wacky stream-of-consciousness that is my thought process. Ha. I hope that you find your way to the end of this train and get ready to get lit with your favorite Herstun Writer! Get Lit: Texas Tales September has come and gone faster than I could have ever expected. Trying to juggleContinue reading “Let’s Get LiT. Happy October!”
A very short poem about a tree that is submerged in the water. What can the trees teach us about being bent out of shape or submerged?
Flow the DJ is back this #FlowFriday giving us some insight on the word love as it relates to peace. Jeff Manning is the perfect pair to the piece/peace this week because he has some of the best digital artwork on the scene and these of expressions of love seem to be so synonymous with the Digital Age.
Welcome back to a special interlude episode of 101.5 Wilde thoughts exclusively here on Herstun FM Readio. Once again, welcome to my mind. Companion Tracks – War Cry – Queen Naija & Revolution by Kirk Franklin Another experiment in my fractured thought. I love music. A lot of things I write are wound up inContinue reading “Meet the Curator. Tape A. Interlude. — My War Cry — feat. Queen Naija, Kirk Franklin, Zora Neale Hurston, & Ralph Ellison w/ a lil’ bit of Nikki Giovanni, Kobe Bryant, Freud, Marx, Amiri Baraka, 2chainz, & alexandrajay”