Ketanji Brown Jackson represents a long-awaited decision with historic implications. Along with her stellar academic vita, Florida roots, and impressive career in law enforcement, Jackson will become the first Black woman to sit on the United States Supreme Court. A feat, years in the making. While only three Republicans voted in favor of the nomination,Continue reading “SUPREME MOVES”
On February 10, 1962, sixteen phenomenal women chartered Eta Tau Omega chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority in the small town of Ocala, Florida.
I am sharing a message I placed on Facebook this Sunday because a beautiful, bright, and talented young woman died over the weekend. Her name was Cheslie Kryst, and police reports state that she committed suicide. When I heard of the news yesterday afternoon, I instantly remembered that this was the young woman who wasContinue reading “Suicide”
ReallyLeah’s UnHotMess Series 2. 2021. Your Work Matters. One of my passions is to help you discover and conquer so you can live your best life. I want you to rock, because your work matters. But are you doing your work, or are you doing the work of those who matter to you?
“if it ain’t one thing, it’s TEN (and many of those things are distractions from the purposeful things).”- ReallyLeah.com
The first and the finest. Happy Founders’ Day, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. #AKASorority #AKA1908 #AKA113 #AKAFoundersDay
No HIdden Legend. Katherine Johnson’s body was laid to rest yesterday after services at Hampton University. As we celebrate women throughout the month of March (and hopefully every month), I salute Katherine’s fearless contribution to NASA and the future of the United States space program! She is indeed a hero to our country and all STEM girls.
Black History is American History! I have a dream…that one day we won’t need these identifiers and proper respect will be given to the blood, sweat, tears, and years Blacks have given to make America as good as it is. Until then…happy Black History Month.