What Meagan Good Taught Me

Last night, I saw actress Meagan Good for the first time at my alma mater, The University of Memphis. I was invited by one of my clients. It was part of U of M’s Black History Month celebration. The entire month features programming organized by the students and the Office of Inclusion and Diversity and each year, they invite someone famous to share their life experiences and accomplishments. The event was simply entitled, “An Evening with Meagan Good”. As she gave us details about her upbringing, her career, her marriage and her faith I took notes of what I thought were some of her most profound points of the evening. Here’s what Meagan taught me:

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Me Want One Wednesday: Rosa Parks “Nah.” Tee

  February is Black History Month and while looking for unique items to commemorate it, I found this Rosa Parks t-shirt. Although, there are no facts that state that Mrs. Parks simply said “Nah.” when asked to give her seat to a white bus rider on December 1, 1955 in Montgomery, Alabama. I think this shirt does get the…