I prefer to stay alive. Death is harsh and terribly final. I'm not done living yet.
Black American people who are descendants of American Chattel Slaves and our real (not performative) allies, I love you truly. Please take care of yourselves. May God keep, Blessed and cover us as we move forward living in this racist "New World". -- #MommyFab
I am posing this question to my Black American (descendants of American Chattel Slave) audience ONLY: what are your thoughts on US Reparations?
I hope in the coming months as we go into the holidays, there are more conversations about loneliness and how Black women navigate said loneliness. It is imperative to the mental and emotional health of middle aged Black Women to explore this topic and perhaps create solutions to navigate this part of their journey with healthy results.
It is nonsensical to align people based on the color of their skin. I have a rich lineage as a Black American, whether you value my life or not. #MommyFab
As we talked, my Auntie said something that literally brought me to tears, "they used to pull us off the school bus and make us pick cotton". #MommyFab
Substance over symbolism. #MommyFab
Every time a Black American is murdered by the police, I have to explain that murder to my child.
The last thing I want to say is that life doesn't end after divorce, it changes radically, though. You change. Your preferences changes. What you won't and will allow will change. #MommyFab
If I reach one person that will unpack their Anti-Blackness, then that's a start. I will have paid rent for a place on the internet. #MommyFab