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To the Black Woman

I have never seen a beauty more bold and misused

a love more real, heartfelt, and abused

Nor a mind so sharp and calculated

You got the whole world wondered “how did she make it?” 41 more words


Fertility enshrined in a carving

Wondering why a woman in Ghana is likened to the Akuaba doll? It is typical to hear praises sang about concepts like power, beauty, wealth, riches, love, death, marriage, puberty trans-culture. 456 more words


"your children will do it to you"

I’m not sure how many times my Mom said this to me. It wasn’t intended as a curse like I put it up there but more of a warning that I make better decisions or be more respectful or my children will treat me the same way. 886 more words

Finding Aduke


About the poet : Jojo when it comes to great poetry,this is one lady to look out for.I can not wait to see what the future holds. 281 more words

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The African Woman; An Integral Part Of Black Economic And Political History That Should Not Be Forgotten

The early African woman was a mother, a keeper of the home, but she was nothing more other than ‘maker’ of children. Largely stereotyped and abused, she was never considered for what she could contribute to an economy. 991 more words