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On the Importance of Friendships with Other People of Color as a Mixed Woman

On the Importance of Friendships with Other People of Color as a Mixed Woman

I’m mixed-race and developing a strong sense of myself as a Black woman. For most of my life, though, I felt very white; so much so, that I barely recognized I was putting my Blackness…

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Alone

Alone

I spoke to my Alone It said That I would find sanctuary In a shared bed   That a chorus of strangers Would call me back to myself   That freedom meant Never sitting still…

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The Warmth of Summer’s End

The Warmth of Summer’s End

Summer is ending; how’s your heart? Nearly 365 days later and here we are again; another summer has come to a close. Another opportunity for reflection is upon us and fall patiently waits around the…

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My Mother Constantly Tells Me Not to Get Married or Have Kids

My Mother Constantly Tells Me Not to Get Married or Have Kids

My mother constantly tells me not to get married or to have kids even though I know she wants grandchildren. I have a sneaky suspicion it’s because if she could do her life over again,…

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A Shoutout to the Ones that Hold a Queer Black Girl Down

A Shoutout to the Ones that Hold a Queer Black Girl Down

Happy Pride loves! This month is a time to celebrate all the beauty that queer folk bring into this world. However, as a queer person, I understand that this month can bring a lot of…

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In Sum: A Thank You to those who Taught Me How to Live

In Sum: A Thank You to those who Taught Me How to Live

During a recent trip to Atlanta, I had a conversation with a man whose daughter asked his blessing to get a passport so she might visit Paris, France. He shared that he staunchly refused her…

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A Letter on Transition

A Letter on Transition

One day I woke up, and realized I would have rather died in my sleep than go to work that day. A dramatization of course, but a strong enough sentiment to let me know that…

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Work With What’s Working

Work With What’s Working

In Season 6, Episode 10 of Girlfriends “My Business, Not Your Business,” Joan strongly considers closing The J Spot after coming to terms with the fact that no one is coming in anymore. Her vision…

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An Ode to the Black Woman Renaissance

An Ode to the Black Woman Renaissance

After the New Year, I spent a lot of time self-reflecting. As the first month of the year comes to a close, I spent a lot of time looking past myself at what the rest…

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Oh Wildflower…

Oh Wildflower…

I would like to start off by saying that without doubt, question, or unnecessary time spent consulting your inner-self, this will be your year more than any before. You have finally done the work, although…

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