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Carry On, Warrior

One year ago today, my grandmother, Mimi, took her last breath and entered into the final rest.

Diagnosed with cirrhosis of the liver, she had been saying good bye slowly and on purpose as one by one the organs in her body decided they were too tired to work any longer. 1,253 more words

Faith And Legacy

Harriet Tubman, Conductor on the Underground Railroad

Harriet Tubman was born under the name of Arminta Ross as a slave to Southern farmer Edward Brodess around 1822. From childhood on she experienced the hardships of slavery: she was often hired out to other masters who mistreated her badly and her family was torn apart when her sisters were sold. 657 more words

Healed People Can Heal People

I once heard the phrase, “Hurting people hurt people.”

Kinda makes sense, doesn’t it? Someone who is consistently snarky isn’t a happy, fulfilled person. Instead, he is wearing his snarkiness cape because he doesn’t know what else to do. 728 more words


Warrior Women

“I just don’t believe that when people are being unjustly oppressed that they should let someone else set rules for them by which they can come out from under that oppression.” 1,108 more words


Women Combatants in the Haitian Revolution

The Haitian Revolution is known as the only successful slave revolution in history. In 1791, the slaves in the French colony of St Domingue rose and fought French Royalists, a British expeditionary force and finally Napoleon’s troops to gain their freedom. 723 more words

Why is her dog in his pic? Because life is brutiful.

It’s really hard to be a badass when you’re a sensitive soul.

You see, I’ve always wanted to be one of those women who didn’t give a crap about what anyone else thought of her. 463 more words


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