Well, time to make myself sound cooler than I am. I’m originally from New Orleans, but in 2017 I moved to Tuscaloosa with nothing but a college acceptance letter and a fiery passion for writing. Early on in life, I realized the importance of finding your voice. And once I found mine, I knew it would be impossible to shut me up. Seriously, I’m like your neighbor’s dog that won’t stop barking. I started writing in the safety of my room on a personal teen angst blog and eventually started freelance work. Since then, I’ve written for Pure Noise Records, Alabama Public Radio, and now I’m here to write for you!
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The state of Alabama recognizes three Confederate days as official state holidays.
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Five black-owned restaurants to support in Tuscaloosa.
Track Alabama’s Confederate Monument Removals Using a Map Online
Track Alabama's Confederate statue removals using a map online from the Southern Poverty Law Center.
Tuscaloosa Hosts Peaceful Protest in Snow Hinton Park Saturday
Tuscaloosa Black Lives Matter protest in Snow Hinton Park on Saturday.