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In miniature, November 28


Free/Style: Black Feminism and Healing

There are three works that are especially speaking to my heart this week:

  1. I love this grounding interview with Richael Faithful, the self-named Black Street Shaman…
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Free/Style: Slow Medicine

I recently read an article online that really resonated with me, where the author described Chinese Medicine as a “slow medicine”. The the essence of the article was really a message about what it takes to heal—to be well is a huge responsibility. 396 more words


Women of Color Who DIY: Books

I remember the first time I stopped straightening my hair with chemicals, blow dryers, and flat irons. I was a senior in high school, on the swim team, just about ready to graduate, and heading to… 303 more words


Free/Style: On Finding Home, Health, and Heart

We are all striving to find a unique sense of home: that sacred space where we can just be. It’s a privilege, really, to be afforded the opportunity to create such a place. 286 more words



It’s here, you guys. This weekend I load in all my shit for the Pop-Up. HOT DAMN. I have so much feels for this.

Ok SO let’s start this weekend off with pretty pictures. 369 more words


Consumerist Friday Flickr Finds

Here are twelve of the best photos that readers added to the Consumerist Flickr Pool in the last week, picked for usability in a Consumerist post or for just plain neatness. 86 more words

Taking It Seriously