Silent: When She’s Not The Angry Black Girl

The archetype of “the angry Black woman” is a caricature that Black women (femmes, non-binary) do not escape no matter their age. It shifts from childhood, adolescence, adulthood and into older age. So what happens when you break this stereotype? How do people, in particular non Black individuals, begin to alter their perceptions and behaviors […]

Passing: A Contemplation by sister dora

  There’s a pass on the left/A place you can pull off/Some secrets and lies/You can wear like camouflage clothes/And although they cover your body They scratch And Pull and impose Passing strangers stare into you/A mirror or a local store window/To see what you really look like/An illusion of a person between here and […]

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“One man's constant is another man's variable.” Alan Perlis

SKYLARITY

Paradigm Shift, Mindfulness, and Personal Empowerment

Tom & Tom : Black Like You

All things culture, with a splash of color