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Hunger by Roxane Gay is Book 4 of the #20BooksofSummer challenge! @rgay

Hunger: A Memoir of (My) Body by Roxane Gay was published on June 13th by Harper Collins. There are 84 chapters over 6 sections. Each chapter is written like flash fiction (about 1-4 pages), but it also feels like she gets writing, is ashamed of her story, and then starts again. 792 more words

Book Reviews

Understanding Skin Undertone|Women Of Color

Understanding your skin’s undertone is an important beauty concept and it can be very helpful because an unflattering hue can drown you out in the worst way. 297 more words


LIFE after the Big Chop

This is hard to write.

It’s hard to look at the pictures. Hard to remember the reactions of people seeing my swollen face. Hard to recall the calm, swiftness of my husband driving me to the emergency room around midnight after an ice storm. 1,671 more words



Last night, I went to a great event celebrating the launch of OnSheGoes.com, a new travel platform for women of color. Listening to the women on the panel with one of my favorite travel companions, Jennifer, and seeing all of those beautiful brown women in the room passionate about travel and a multi-cultural experience totally warmed my heart. 273 more words



Do we even have to explain all the ways in which this trailer is giving us life?

If you haven’t watched it already then do yourself a favour and check it out below.