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Why Black Women Feel So Disrespected + Unprotected (Unpopular Opinion) 🤦🏾‍♀️🙇🏾‍♀️

In the last few years alone, Black women have made history, topping lists as the most-educated1, fastest growing entrepreneurial group2, and having some of the highest voter turnout rates in the U.S.3 We’ve been essential workers long before the phrase was coined and have been on the front lines fighting injustice. Oddly enough, no matter […]

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‘Americanah’: A Novel of Race, Love, and Identity #booksblogsandbubbly🍾 {Video Review}

Synopsis Americanah (2013), “a novel of race, love and identity” by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie (whose TED talk on Feminism was sampled in Beyonce’s 2014 Flawless) follows the life of Ifemelu (main) who has departed her native Nigeria to pursue education in the States, leaving behind her family, friends, and America-obsessed boyfriend. While in the U.S., […]

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Social Commentary

Post Election Thoughts

So here it is. Sighh. The post you’ve all been waiting for, or not.  The post election post. I put it off as long as I could until I could come to some sort of understanding as to what has taken place. Until I could get to a place where I was less angry and […]