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(ReBlog) Where Are All of The Black Women In LA?! And Why Won't They Be My Friend?!

I have been living in Los Angeles for a month and a half now and so far, I have yet to make one Black female friend! 877 more words

Race, Gender & Politics

(ReBlog) Honoring Dr. King's True Legacy

Throughout my tenure as a student in the American education system, I have always been taught that Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was in all senses of the word, a pacifist. 709 more words

Race, Gender & Politics

(ReBlog) Confessions: My Truth of Pregnancy, Miscarriage & Motherhood

I have some enormous truths to share, dispel and make peace with. It takes all the courage, faith and comfort I have to write what needs to be spoken out loud into the world. 1,953 more words

Health & Healing

(ReBlog) An Open Letter Of Gratitude To #IAmJada

So, I’m more than a little bit late with the #IAmJada campaign, and its inherent and disgustingly ignorant, backlash. Nonetheless, now that I am all caught up, I’d like to add some significant words of love, beauty, profound understanding, outstanding respect and gratitude to Jada and her truth. 2,110 more words

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Family Dinner Talk: Pass The Butter & A Side Of "Crazy" Please?!

As we revisit EverythingShaquana’s past, en route to celebrating the NOW that precedes our future, I must remind you all of the mission here: To transcend conversation. 442 more words

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(ReBlog) MythBusters: 25 Lies "They" Told About Women

I considered that perhaps the best way to initiate #WomenCrushWednesdays would be by providing some insight on the word “women.” What better way to consider the word “women”, than by identifying some of the worst lies “they’ve” told about women? 618 more words

Race, Gender & Politics