Peace Freedom Warriors. What does every Born and Breed New Yorker need right now (transplants, your guests… I’m not sorry) more than anything? A clear head that’s as effective as a cup of coffee. Now if you identify as a narcissist, this read isn’t for you. We are overwhelmed on a daily basis with ideas … More “What Is Self Love?” for the fried-urban mind (article)
She was an American poet, memoir-ist, and civil rights activist. She’s best known for her series of seven autobiographies, which focus on her childhood and early adult experiences. She was respected as a spokesperson for black people and women, and her works have been considered a defense of Black culture. She’s Maya Angelou and here … More Dr. Maya Angelou’s Top 10 Rules For Success (Video)
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Yesterday we was in the park and the was showing this big ass movie to young black men about “Why they need their father, and the struggles of living in the inner city, and being in gangs”. First of all, maybe their parents should be there to wear some of the weight they gone walk … More Inner City Blues Meets Inner City Solutions
Poet and body positive activist Sonya Renee Taylor is so on point for saying this: “I want women to know they can revise the ‘New Year, New You’ mantra to say ‘New Year, Same Me’—and that is more than enough… I want women to see the new year as an opportunity not to become some … More 14 DAILY RITUALS OF THE MOST BADASS WOMEN
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 internet, the National Review’s David French wrote that the video from South Carolina’s Spring Valley … More Why Are Black Women Always Blamed?
I found this poem floating around on Facebook and when I saw it my life was changed. I wanted to scream, shout out “Yes, Sister!”, and cry all at the same time. I was overwhelmed with LOVE during the entire Poem. Dominique Christina is the poet, it is her Youtube Channel, so please like the … More Dominique Christina X Karma Poem
So when I read this article that a colleague of mine shared; Tamara Hayes…it made think about how often we are confused and mislead by our own culture here in America. I am not claiming th culture displayed in the picture abovr but more so recognizing it as being apart of my heritage. My background, … More African Prints Are Not From Africa Blackgirllonghair.com
I can relate to this piece as a member of the millennial generation. We have been told to go in every direction except the one that makes the most sense to us. I appreciate a fellow millennial reiterating this for us so we can feel more comfortable in our decisions to go against the mold … More Suli Breaks
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