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Hidden figures, the more things change the more they stay the same

The movie Hidden figures tells the story of three unsung black females, who helped the United States to win the space race.  The thee main characters and the movie, Hidden Figures are all touted as a crusade for both feminism and civil rights in a segregated Virginia (amurdikkka). 3,013 more words

Politics, Imperialism, Colonialism

Black girl chronicles part 9

It could all be so simple but you’d rather make it hard……

Can I just say that Lauryn hill the miseducation album is my favourite album of all time. 98 more words

Black girl chronicles part 8

Thou shall enjoy thy petty music

So I decided this post shall be a lil different instead of the usual I’m going to post music that is the playlist to my petty. 276 more words

The hypocrisy of Serena Williams and the female swirlers

For decades now feminism has taught the black female to distrust the black man. Especially one who makes it in the so called white world of business and economics. 1,490 more words

Politics, Imperialism, Colonialism

The End Of The Groove

James Brown famously recorded a track entitled Doing It To Death. I discovered this tune as a young man in my twenties (via my younger brother who was a huge JB fan). 1,768 more words


Black Girls Rock

Reasons Why Black Women Are Single?

In a world full of hot blooded males fighting for power, we as women fight for our men’s attention. 852 more words

Affia Keys