Heroic and intentional living is choosing to be committed to doing good every breath of every day one day at a time. Sometimes we mess up and sometimes it isn’t easy, but the intention and the movement is always forward. Jora Trang

If you wish to move mountains tomorrow…you must start by lifting stones today.

~African Proverb~

Kanju, an Oakland-based organization created for and by black girls, is organizing a BLACK GIRLS MARCH on SATURDAY, MARCH 30TH at 11 a.m. in Oscar Grant Plaza on 14th & Broadway “to bring awareness to the issues so
(S)heros, Heroes, Race Equity
Compelled to share her personal story so that she could help others heal from trauma, Tonya McKenzie is a mother of four, trauma coach, entrepreneur, and the author of a self-published memoir, “A Child’s Memories of
Community Health, Heroes, Intentionality
Anh Le merges family bonding time with community sharing every year by making over 100 bánh tét with her mother, sisters, and invited contributors (friends & family alike) for family and friends to welcome in the new year. 
(S)heros, Family Time, Heroes
Red Master Plan Bullet Journal for Change
Bullet journaling can be your most powerful tool for personal and social change. Overly hyped as artistic personal planners, your bullet journal can hold a detailed roadmap for your work and your future aspirations – documenting
Bullet Journal, Tools, Uncategorized
Jora Trang's blog article about Tupac Shakur
“It’s too bad your favorite artist is a glorified gansta,” said a prima dona two bit director of a small time play I was once casted in. (Okay so maybe I’m still a bit sore about
Heroes, Uncategorized