Her column is in the Saturday Datebook section of the Chronicle. Today the line that drew me in was, “So I decided to take a break from looking at the latest unarmed black kid to be killed in the street, and to find a few things that channel pain into something that feels satisfying.”
She’s “a local,” born in San Jose in 1979, a black journalist and author first published at age sixteen, a Harvard graduate. There is heart and humanity in her outlook. She has integrity. She’s worth reading!