And so the locs

I'm not original. I mean I am an original but I do things that are trendy. Everybody and their 2nd cousin has started a loc journey. And gotdamnit they should!!! My God, the freedom. The freedom for a Black American person to wear their hair as it grows out of their head is monumental to … Continue reading And so the locs

And it’s more of the same

And moreso will I only be seen through my words and it be the only escape from the invisibility I have always felt deep in my heart as a Black American woman.

Adulthood is just coping with childhood trauma as best as you can

Disclaimer: I feel embolden to remind anyone reading this blog that this is a blog that examine life from the Black American (who are descendants of Chattel slavery) experience. I don't apologize for it. That's my voice. In this space, that voice will always be first and respected. Read on... I went home for the … Continue reading Adulthood is just coping with childhood trauma as best as you can

Black Women are HUMAN. Bar None.

Black women are human. We are allowed to make mistakes. We are deserving of Grace. You should not have to be perfect or the supremacist idea of "respectable" to deserve Grace and Mercy.