• BLACK LABEL •   “Nothing in all the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity.” – Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Labels are great for knowing how to handle clothing. You may not want to mix your whites with your colors… or your delicates with your cottons. Not with humans though. […]


Unless you’re still carrying a flip-phone or living the Amish life, everyone is carrying a little Black Mirror on their person every day. Even though Black Mirror seems to be set in the future, this truth makes the show so fucking relatable. And I for one am obsessed.. even if every episode terrifies me a […]

No Kidding-

‘Once upon a time on Tinder in Las Vegas’ As told by Khalilah Yasmin Once upon a time in Las Vegas, I met someone on a dating app that happened to know a couple of people I knew. It took me 5 months from the initial match to meet him in person because dating apps […]

My Hair Journey & Return To Natural

MY HAIR JOURNEY & RETURN TO NATURAL – As told by Khalilah Yasmin ‘They’ taught us to hate us the way that God made us and I’m sick of it.   I am writing this to EDUCATE those that don’t understand and to ENCOURAGE those on a similar path. I am a Black American Woman. […]


•ANCESTRY• The more I find out about my family tree and ancestors, the more fascinated I am with the power of DNA and how our DNA influences the present. This article below features a video with my Uncle Darryl Eure speaking about my paternal grandmother Dorothy Eure and her contributions to civil rights (HUMAN RIGHTS) […]


I am featured as Officer Tulley in this epic drama that chronicles the ins and outs of everyday street life. This is where the bright lights end and the dark gutter begins. Please watch till the end as I appear more than once. To watch previous episodes, please visit their Youtube or Facebook page. Future […]

STRIPPED- 2017 Interview- Khalilah Yasmin with Will Edwards

Thank you to Will Edwards and Show Creators Studio for having me. Will is an absolute joy to speak with, even when the cameras aren’t rolling. Will is so funny, I said my 17 year old son would be 17 in December. Thinking faster than I could speak. Whoops! hahaha.