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Black History Month - Oct 21th - Saartjie Baartman

Saartjie Baartman (c.1789 – 29 Dec 1815)

Taken from her homeland of the Gamtoos Valley in South Africa, Saartjie was taken to London and spent four years being exhibited in around Britian. 286 more words

Black History Month

There’s a Thin Line between Self-Expression and Inappropriateness at Work

I’m all for self-expression and feeling comfortable in your own skin at all times – however, I’ve noticed (particularly with black women) that we might be taking it a bit too far. 283 more words

My beef with the Annabelle movie

So I saw the movie Annabelle yesterday and let me just say, if you haven’t seen it, don’t bother.

First the movie isn’t scary, and literally everything scares me and a side from a few jumps, nothing of value was really there. 198 more words

Annabelle

'I, The Angry Black Woman'

Nine times out of ten

When I ask you to describe me

I’ve found that the words loud, sassy, and angry

Make an appearance.

And the curves and contours… 456 more words

Social Commentary

Flu Shot - The 411

OPPS !!!  I forgot to mention that on Saturday, when I finally was able to leave the house for a grocery store run, I called my RE from the parking lot to inquire about getting a flu shot since I was stimming.  41 more words

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