I’ve waited a long time to read that headline!
This article by WVU John Chambers School Of Business is one of my favorite summaries of my relevant irrelevant life. My last name has often held me hostage you can read more about “My Good Name.”
But it is my Good name and I’m excited to get into some Good trouble in the independent publishing world.
I know the incomprehensible harm people can perpetrate against children.“Hurt people hurt people” has been a phrase that explains so much of life but also terrifies me — because we are all hurting.
I hope you all are being kind to yourselves.
The2022 Juneteenth issue of BBG will explore mental health in a new series by Kabrea James featuring Black led and owned health care facilitiesin West Virginia.
As we plan for new content series for our year two of print publishing I am thinking about how BBG should/should not report and share information on gun violence that starts with “the police said.”
For this reason I stay close to Scalawag and Media 2070 and invite you to as well. These organizations are thinking deeply about how we use re-define the media "rules"to move past illusions and into a greater truth.
Thank you for supporting BBG.
~ Crystal Good