“The only tired I was, was tired of giving in.” –Rosa Parks
Sabrina is an avid reader of all genres. When she’s not reading or writing, she can be found discussing anime with her teenager, crafting with her preschooler, or watching movies with her husband.
OHF WEEKLY, VOL 4 NO 13: In the midst of global, national, and even personal chaos, there is still a place of peace
OHF WEEKLY, VOL 4 NO 9: Sherry Kappel on the intersection of Black History, Black excellence in sports, and racism; Jesse Wilson on why we celebrate Hip Hop
OHF WEEKLY, VOL 4 NO 8: William Spivey on the relevance of Black achievements, turning points in history, and atrocities committed against Black people.
OHF WEEKLY, VOL 4 NO 6: Clay Rivers on why celebrating Black History Month will always matter and “Rosa Parks: More Than a One-Hit Wonder” by Sabrina Bryant.
We invite you to delve into the lives of notable Black Americans whose achievements have greatly impacted not only Black Americans, but all Americans.
You never know what mark your opportunities may lead you to make
On this Mother’s Day, like all others, as my husband and sons are celebrating me, we will celebrate her as well and all the love she shared, the lessons she passed along, and the beautiful memories she left behind
History documents a legacy of thriving coexistence when these two groups unite against white supremacy.
Despite hardships, disenfranchisement and racial violence, Black communities and businesses continued to persevere and thrive.
How Brown v. Board of Education challenged the system.
There are many women who educated other women by using their talents of writing and speaking to make their opinions known.