Reflection

An image; representation; counterpart Until Next Time…

#WCW

It’s Wednesday, so you know what that means. Today’s WCW (Woman Crush Wednesday) goes to Judy Pace. Judy Pace is an American actress and model who’s best known for her role in the night-time soap opera Peyton Place. She also appeared in Sanford and Son, What’s Happening, Batman, and Cotton Comes to Harlem. Thank you,…

#WCW

If you’ve been following this blog, then you know that beautiful Black women are my weakness. So I want to start highlighting gorgeous Sistas who helped me develop into a man. My first WCW (Woman Crush Wednesday) goes to Lark Voorhies. Lark Voorhies is an American actress, singer, and model who’s best known for her…

Black Girls Smile

Greetings All, If you’ve been following this blog, then you know that I’ve been open about mental health awareness within my community. Well, I came across an organization that’s doing great work for Black women and girls in this field, and I had to spotlight them. Black Girls Smile Inc. Black Girls Smile Inc. is a…

Ghana Immigration Rescues 50 Girls from Arab Trafficking

In a previous post, I highlighted the abuse that many African women face in Middle Eastern countries. Due to poverty and low education, thousands of African women take up jobs as “housegirls.” They’re promised higher wages and better lives, but once they land in those countries, things become a nightmare. Well, several countries throughout the…

Words From The Wise: Shirley Chisholm

“You don’t make progress by standing on the sidelines, whimpering and complaining. You make progress by implementing ideas.” – Shirley Chisholm   Women in politics have come a long way here in the United States. And I wanted to highlight someone who paved the way for not only women but other minorities to advance. Shirley…

Solution…

Us: How do we organize? Ancestors: Start Here… Until Next Time…

The Hidden Lives of “Housegirls”

The abuse of women is a discussion that’s constantly had but often downplayed. Black women, in particular, tend to be the number one victims. As someone who refuses to ignore the realities of this world, I want to share a few documentaries on African women who work as domestic servants. They are called “Housegirls.” The…

Just Because…

I still have a weakness for Black Beauty. Until Next Time…