Here is a quick video about some reflections during my post partum period. I’m 4.5 weeks post partum. I had an interesting experience with one of my relatives over what should be done with my placenta.
Tags » Breeze Harper
On Public Speaking about Black Lesbian Social Fiction, Alternative Black Masculinities and Vegan Hip Hop Culture
Book Project I
Scars: A Black Lesbian Experience in Rural White NewEngland (Sense Publishers, 2014)
Scars is a novel about whiteness, racism, and breaking past the boundaries of normative heterosexuality, as experienced through eighteen year old Savannah Penelope Sales. 577 more words
On 'traumatizing' your children by telling them the truth about speciesism and other systems of oppression.
This is my third pregnancy. I like to show what my growing womb looks like. I have met a lot of women who say that they were ashamed to show their bellies because of stretch marks, discoloration, and weight gain. 463 more words
'Authentic Blackness' as Christian, Speciesist, and Heteronormative: Brief Thoughts on Being a Non-Christian Black Woman
Dr. Amie Breeze Harper, 2013
Unlike most Black folk I know, I was not raised in a household that subscribed to any particular religious beliefs. My parents were basically agnostic, but my parents were always open to my twin and I exploring religious philosophies. 458 more words
UPDATE (OCTOBER 10, 2013). I received great news from a publisher: they want to seek out a contract for Scars. Once I get the official contract, sign it, and send it back, I’ll make a formal announcement about the book with a more complete synopsis, publisher information, and during what month in 2014 it will be available for purchase. 362 more words