Healing of a Nation

So here we are a couple months after our Inauguration and it seems that the world is in an uproar. One thing I have found with this election is that it has single-handedly, maybe second handedly, caused the most division, bitterness, Read more

The Illiusion of STRENGTH

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One of the biggest issues many of us face in our relationships as African Americans is the stigma of always needing to be strong. Most really have no idea what true strength involves. We sometimes throw being strong into our self-description; along with titles Read more

Black Girl Puddin’

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Black Girl Puddin’ Have you ever had a cup of some Black Girl Puddin’ Made you do things you thought you wouldn’t Has even worked things out when you thought it couldn’t   Now lets talk about the puddin’ and Read more

My Hair Is My Crown

While standing in the mirror preparing for work today, thinking making wiser, mature decisions must also involve checking the weather and preparing my hair for such. I fussed at myself for not having gotten a simple braid knowing it would Read more

Lost in Luv: A Breakdown of the Beat Down

  You can never build yourself up by tearing someone down. Sometimes people have to respect themselves enough to walk away from anything that no longer serves them, matures them, or makes them happy. Some people might not never know Read more