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Artist Kara Walker is FED UP

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*featured image is artwork by Kara Walker


My Current Natural Hair Routine (TWA)

The last time I relaxed my hair was in mid-January this year and I big chopped only last month. Confronted with a deluge of potential products to use, I decided to just choose a few basics and so far they’re working well for me. 208 more words

Black Women

Guest Blog Post: Why Hair is So Important to the Black Community

(Hey, y’all! It’s been a minute since I’ve had a naturalista swing by the blog! Patrina of naturalhairqueen.net is a beautiful naturalista who is here to drop some knowledge on the social, political, and economic meanings of Black hair. 948 more words

The other day, I ate 2 double cheeseburgers and 2 medium fries. That was just one day. I had a total of 5 double cheeseburgers and 5 medium fries last week, and somehow lived to tell the story. 572 more words


Sifting through the Madness: Navigating the Academy as a Black Woman PhD Student

by ArCasia James

One of the ironies I constantly contemplate is my choice of study and my identity as a Black woman. Notable characteristics of my appearance, like my robust stature and dark-brown skin, make my Black womanness even more pronounced. 2,414 more words

August 2017

*EXCLUSIVE* VIDEO: The Black Woman's "Money" Is God

Yup, black women’s money is god almighty to pro black movements & ideology of the hustlers in Dashikis. Alot of these women have low self esteem & have never had strong male role models int heir lives.These conscious SIMPS take advantage of that insecurity & put these women on a pedestal that’s doesn’t really exist. 23 more words

Black Men

Where To Find Your Tribe

The mission of Creative Black Girl Tribe is to create community between Black women creatives. It is often said that you should surround yourself with successful people who have the same ambition that you do. 689 more words

Black Girl Magic