An Audible Original, written and performed by me, about autism, race, and the sacrifices mothers believe we need to make to give our children a chance at a good life.
Target, Don’t Tell Me You ‘Stand With Black Families’
Police intervened when my 13-year old son with autism hugged a Target employee.
The Cold of Winter
Feeling isolated and overwhelmed, I finally find a connection in, of all places, Costco.
Ain’t Too Proud to Sing:
Claiming Black Space on the Great White Way
When a white man shushed my mother at a predominantly black Broadway musical, I had to teach him some things.
What Matters to Me Now and Why
A Stanford GSB alumna revisits her original admissions essay and reflects on how her worldview has changed in the years since.
What Color Is Your Princess?
I didn’t care that my son wanted to be a princess. I just didn’t want him to be a white one.
In search of celebration and inner peace on my birthday, I accidentally light my hair on fire.
Forward After the Election
After the 2016 election results came in, I knew I had to move forward, mentally and physically.
We Wear Blue for Autism, But Is the Color Really White?
That day we faced racism while celebrating autism.