Each of us must find our work and do it. — Audre Lorde

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By the time I was fired from my role as the CFO of a domestic violence shelter, a role that the Executive Director did not want to exist, and I was never meant to be successful at…


My Journey of Finding Peace with Having More Space

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Zoom fatigue. Languishing. Pandemic burnout. Work-from-home-while-parenting-overwhelm. The list goes on and on.

There is no shortage of articles and opinions written about how the months of quarantine have left us all feeling. And now, as many of us move back into the world, there’s a whole new slew of observations coming up. Just today a friend of mine mentioned that it seems…


How Dr. Vanessa Bouché, founder of Savhera, has created a business model that is audacious enough to harmonize the world we are creating.

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I have the audacity to believe that peoples everywhere can have three meals a day for their bodies, education and culture for their minds, and dignity, equality, and freedom for their spirits.
Martin Luther King, Jr.

He spoke these words when accepting the Nobel Peace Prize. Earlier in that speech…

For too long we’ve focused on our own causes. Today calls for joining hands (and forces). It’s all connected, and it’s the only way we’ll see progress.

“What’s the world for if you can’t make it up the way you want it?”
~ Toni Morrison

I saw a meme on Facebook this week that said, “Every month in 2020, it feels like an Oompa Loompa from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory should be coming out and singing…

LaKay Cornell (she/her)

Southern. Queer. Feminist. SingleMom. Former cult-church royalty. Writer. Spoken Word Artist. Goal → incite a revolution; topple systems ≠ people; survive.

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