Black men who make careers off of hurting Black women are opps. What I have seen in the last 72 hours have shown me is this world is doomed because … Continue reading Talk About It Tuesday-04/26/2022
If you are following whatjayesaid2.0 on TikTok, then you are familiar with what is now affectionately referred to as the Love Or War series. And the series details just exactly … Continue reading Love Or War & The Tears Of Our Mothers
“True justice is not found in this world.” -Plato How can you really do justice to the women who fight for it for everybody else? What does justice really look … Continue reading What It Means To Protect Black Women-Part 3: Justice
The current rate of femicide amongst Black women is astronomical. And as a Black woman, who has survived abusive situations (including an abusive marriages) it is only by the grace … Continue reading Believing Black Women!
I don’t understand. For all my education, I don’t understand. With the theme for this month being protect Black women, for all of my wisdom in my almost 41 years … Continue reading Why This Is Hard?
The world likes to think it has Black women figured out. Classifying us it’s all unhappy, better, or married to our traumas. In capable of doing anything else other than … Continue reading For This Cause…We Cannot Be Silent
Robyn Rihanna Fenty is going to be a Mama! Since the internet has melted with this information, she has been photgraphed with her baby bump showing. I am not going … Continue reading 28 DAYS OF BLACKNESS: Rihanna & Her Baby Bump
“…damn shame, being a Black woman…” This now iconic soliloquy from Mama Pope is a reminder of the duality of Black women–the daily duality of Black women. In a world … Continue reading 28 DAYS OF BLACKNESS: Protecting Black Women: It Starts With Black Women
We all know that 2020 was completely trash, and losing Chadwick Boseman in the middle of that raging dumpster fire was too much! With that, and to that, we have … Continue reading 28 DAYS OF BLACKNESS: Wakanda, Chad & Leticia
I am a fan of history. I am a super fan of Black history. With my own family history not being easily found or concrete, I through myself into the … Continue reading 28 DAYS OF BLACKNESS: The 1619 Project