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There were parts of him he’d never seen.
What he didn’t know;
caused a scene.
Screamin and yellin, the light was green.
He went to jail, 67 more words


Nearer and Dearer: Maryland’s Own African-American Museums (CBS DC)

CBS DC did a nice post on African-American Museums in Maryland. This is to put a spotlight on alternative museums you can visit while you wait for the crowds to shorten at the Smithsonian’s… 97 more words

'Don't touch my hair' - and other advice about the natural hair movement

The natural hair movement is a movement for black women who want to accept the natural state of their hair as opposed to chemically straightening their hair. 91 more words

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International Women's Day Brunch (2016)

Above: Jai (event co-host) with singer Lenka

On Saturday March 6th, 2016, Uhuru Haus and Coconut Curl, a travel blog owned by Sydney Haydel, hosted an International Women’s Day Brunch. 245 more words

#BookReview Destiny Awakened by @NanaPrah #Romance

Welcome to December, beautiful people. Have you started your countdown to Christmas? I’ve been a bit distracted with work, so I haven’t even started shopping yet. 709 more words

Contemporary Romance

Taliah Waajid Hair Products

I have fallen in love with natural hair products produced by Taliah Waajid. I have been struggling with dry hair hair

for years now. It breaks and sheds terribly and I have tried just about everything. 249 more words

Kindred by Octavia Butler | Book Review

Kindred is a science fiction book about a modern day black woman (modern as in 70s) who keeps getting sent back and forth between her time and slave times. 246 more words