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Happy Thanksgiving

While everyone spent the day giving thanks and now rushing to catch the Black Friday deals I’m being patient and waiting on cyber Monday.

I spent the day relaxing and I created this look on my beautiful, oldest daughter. 229 more words


by the grace of my fingers

I found my mouth covered in crude stitches and my tongue severed.
Its wretched stalk twisted, sought speech,
but could only produce dull thuds against the meat of my gums. 102 more words


you are the white shore within my brain.

I find myself tumultuous,
an arctic ocean,
frozen, placid one moment,
The next churning cracked ice crystals, frothing, hissing, raging at the



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Twin Beech A.M.E.

Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1988, Twin Beech (also called Twin Beach), AME Zion Church is located in Fairhope, Alabama.  The cinder block church shown here was built in 1925, replacing an earlier frame structure, but the congregation celebrated 150 years of history in 2017. 7 more words


Are Black Women Too Busy Being Black To Deal With Sexism? 

Black women arrive at the unique cross-section of racism and sexism, but are black women too busy being black to worry about sexism?

Everyone knows the cliché, “a strong black women” and every black person knows that it isn’t a cliché, but a reality. 144 more words

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