Browsing Monthly Archive April 2012
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Soy caramel macc***** is the devil. Healing hands and a prayer cloth needed now!!

My fellow Bougie ladies and gentlemen I need some healing hands and a prayer cloth right now… My name is Bougie and I am a

April 30, 2012 Uncategorized
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Via Jeddah Mind Trick: Burnt Skin (A post on racism overseas)

BBG – Angelica is an African American woman from Detroit (the “D”) but an Arizona exile who writes about her experiences of living in Saudi Arabia. Angelica

April 30, 2012 Colorism, Race

Be Steadfast in Your Own Resolve

An awesome message for all

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Jesus Save My Baby Hairs: A Natural Hair Rant

Jesus Save My Baby Hairs: A Natural Hair Rant By La Femma Negrita Hello, my name is La Femme Negrita and I am a natural

April 29, 2012 Culture, Health and Beauty

Another Crazy Day on the Bus

Ok. I was just thinking about how unusually quiet my day was on the bus. You guys know how crazy public transportation can be for

April 25, 2012 True Life Bus Stories

The Sexting Judge and the Bailiff

The more you will get to know me the more you will realize I have a thing for politics, sports, family, clothing and shirtless politicians.

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Who is woman Hip-Hop? Is she dead?

Who is woman Hip-Hop? Is she dead? By La Femma Negrita Hip-Hop was the ultimate form of storytelling but I think it’s going through a

April 25, 2012 Uncategorized

Why do I focus on Colorism and Intra-racism? The question I am asking is why are you willing to ignore it?

I have had many people ask me, “why do you post about colorism and intra-racism?”  They have told me that they didn’t want to hear

April 24, 2012 Colorism
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We are all Black but you as a light skin person are benefiting from light skin privilege.

Colorism:”is a practice of discrimination by which those with lighter skin are treated more favorably than those with darker skin. In the African-American community, this

April 23, 2012 Colorism
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Political Powerhouses, Black Women First and much more

From the Archives: Political Powerhouses in Vogue Three black women, the U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Susan Rice, First Lady Michelle Obama and Former Secretary

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