Peace to our beginning. Never will we forget. Peace to the Women that created our foundation, and Peace to the Women who are continuing our legacy because the beginning is the end and the end is known for being a … Continue reading Foundation
Please check out the article that is linked below. There are components of it that really resinated with me, and I am happy to understand that these are the things that will take us to our next step. Peace. Source: … Continue reading Focus
Peace Powerful People. I am not one to say I am a follower of any particular religion. How ever I can relate to the undeniable feeling of super natural power that can only be felt..not touched. I came acroos this … Continue reading Janette Mcghee X I agreed to the wait.
So, I want to address this K. Michelle interview. She made a lot of great points. The greatest point that she made was, don’t be stupid like she was. At first she wanted a body she didn’t have, and now … Continue reading K. Michelle & Ass
So, here is the story! Last night in L.A. and all surrounding areas. People were ready with their phones to capture some really strange action going on in the sky! At the time no one knew what it was, people … Continue reading A Light In The Sky Over Los Angelos and West Coast
By: Collier Meyerson A sad, predictable thing happened: A video of an officer assaulting a young black girl went viral, and people who should know better blamed it on the girl. After an initial wave of righteous outrage swept the … Continue reading Why Are Black Women Always Blamed?
BEDFORD-STUYVESANT — Borough President Eric Adams is urging Brooklyn teenagers to take action in their neighborhoods by asking them to join community boards. Addressing a group of students at Bedford-Stuyvesant’s Boys and Girls High School on Thursday evening, Adams discussed a … Continue reading Borough President Calls For Teenagers to join Community Boards
A Classic by One Of The Leaders of Our New School. “Nowadays even Carol’s daughters don’t look African.” – Jasmine Mans Continue reading Jasmine Mans – You Gone Get This Work
Peace. Peace. It is poems like this one that remind you to be present. To be available in reality, so that you can open up to the different aspects of the Black Woman. Enjoy. Continue reading Black Girl White Boy – Angel Nafis and Jon Sands