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Has Fashion Solved Its Diversity Problem?

As a woman of color living in a predominately white environment, I am constantly reminded that I am the minority. Even though I enjoy researching and studying the fashion industry, sometimes questions come up to just how diverse this industry is. 154 more words


Catching Up...

It’s been such a very long time! I won’t say that I haven’t been writing, but I must admit that it hasn’t been as often. However, that seems to be a trend in my life. 357 more words



I’m a little fragile.
Weak and needy.

Clinging onto old hurt.
Hidden under the guise of sweet memories, I am powerless.


Swimming against the current I’m coughing up the salt of my tears.  17 more words


Being Biracial: or, "too white to be brown, too brown to be white."

A couple of years ago, I wrote a post for my personal blog about my experience with being biracial.

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The Harsh Walls of Reality

The following post was originally posted on the Feminist Mormon Housewives website on August 27, 2014. Bryndis Roberts, the author of this post, is an administrator and author at FEMWOC and is a fMh permablogger. 1,075 more words

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Solidarity with the S/state?

(It appears I started this draft in December…)

As feminists, we have responsibility to understand oppression in terms of systems of power.  The significance of understanding power as systems is significant because it moves away from individualism and into an greater critique of how our society and all of its institutions are designed to keep certain groups privileged over others.  466 more words


FEMWOC: A Very Brief History of Origin

Last year in the early fall, the Mormon bloggernacle became a weird and challenging place to be a feminist woman of color. 339 more words

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