Unlike some self or media proclaimed spokesmen, I do not claim to write for all African Americans or even all Black women. I don’t have
This post is not an attack on a specific blogger. It is not my intent to start some blogger war. I am too pretty and
Post-racial America my ass: Black Children targeted by the White police at a community pool after White woman beats on a Black teen. (NSFW or Children: Police Brutality)
The videos are shocking and not safe for young viewers. On June 5, 2015 in McKinney, Texas a suburb outside of Dallas, a White adult
You are probably wondering why the need to fix ignorant memes? Frankly, I am tired of the racism, sexism, homophobia and other things that get
According to New York Times’ “Rise in Suicides By Black Children Surprises Researchers” article, more and more Black children are committing suicide. The factors in
Warning: This is a rant. I’ve had enough and I hope other Black women have had enough too. Move on sis. Screw what others say
Normally I don’t post things like this, but this was too good to pass up. For once someone is telling the truth and for African-Americans
The burden of African-American names: Hi my name is Lakisha. I love my name. Apparently, America does not.
Today I read, “Your Name Says More About You Than You Think” in Mic.com. The story shared by the young women in the article is the story
UPDATE TO THE UPDATE, TO THE UPDATE! The QVC host Sandra Bennett responded. Please see the screen shots below. This was from her Facebook page and
In the sh** companies do for cash files: Woolite compares a dark skin Black woman to fabric softener. (#fortheloveofdarks)
The caption says “How do your dark clothes make you feel? Woolite Darks keeps them vibrant for over 30 washes. #fortheloveofdarks” Yes Woolite did this.