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A Pregnant Woman's Pregnant Power!

Pregnant Power!
By Ka Meritah, pregnant and powerful
(a Facebook posting) 4/19/2014

Pregnancy is an example of how much more energetically powerful a woman is than a man. 191 more words

Family & Relationships

My Interview with Genesis Science Fiction Radio

Thanks to the Black Science Fiction Society for a wonderful interview on their show Genesis Science Fiction radio. The hosts, William Hayashi and J Sheffield, and I dished about everything from the commodification of brown bodies to skydiving to… 45 more words

Literature

Psst! "I love Being BLACK"


It appears that the majority of us get so uncomfortable with who we are as African-American, Black etc..and when we do express our natural selves and or embrace who it is that we are as a race we are considered to be ‘Too Black’ or too different from the rest of society’s standards of what it we are supposed to look, to be and to act like. 382 more words

Personal Expressions

"Not a Role Model?"

Have you noticed that some people in the public eye receive a higher level of accountability and responsibility, while others seemingly do not? A few weeks ago, Bill O’Reilly on his show… 717 more words

Video Trailer for The Baartman Bag

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Literature

Live Discussion: Black Women and Mental Health

“I wish someone had told Karyn Washington that she didnt have to be strong…that asking for help was okay”

I was disheartened to learn of the passing of… 72 more words

Society

Anita Hill Documentary Highlights Need to Discard Concept of “Women and Minorities”

 By T.M. Bonner

By the time I found myself watching a second controversial, but major milestone take place in Anita Hill’s life, I had long stopped finding the harmlessness in the popular phrase “women and minorities.” 1,286 more words