“From the Desk of Eartha-Ntozake: Interesting how that works for a woman—brown-braided and radical like myself. I can be as fragile as flower and as submissive as a servant. And yet, it’s always been the […]
In this riveting poem, a young mother searches for solace with the absences of her father and the father of her child.
To the young, Black women vibrantly laughing your way onto the train: in your Black attire, hot pink accessories, yoga mats in tow; four matching from head to toe, I wonder if you are members […]
Spoiler Alert: This is a “Hair Appreciation” post. Yall. I used to be the queen of bone straight hair which over time ended up damaging it. Literally took me 10 years to become comforatble with […]
Sometimes people will try to steal your joy in efforts to make you move or act differently. Being wary of this and staying prayed up is a proactive way to hit the Heisman on those attacks. […]