>When I was younger, I didn’t think twice when people told me I had “nice hair.” I loved it. It was a badge of honor to have silky, smooth hair. It was a step up to have people to compliment a black woman on her hair. I have been getting my hair relaxed since around […]
>Well, if it isn’t another case of nooses being found. Here’s the link to the story. Now you tell me if America is progressing….
>Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue, asking for divine intervention, on Tuesday held a prayer vigil to ask God for more rain. No, I’m not joking. Apparently, praying has become the new form of action when it comes to the drought: In 1999, people in Syria flocked to mosques to pray for rain during a drought. In […]
>I came across this article early this morning while browsing on Facebook. This graph is probably the most telling of the state of newspapers today: Newspapers are not missing the blog boat. They are running for it like the last train out of Paris. They hold their breath and look the other way as their […]
>I’m sitting here watching Duane “Dog” Chapman, the star of the bounty hunter “apologize” on Larry King Live. As I’m watching this, I’ve begin to think more about the use of the N word and people’s reaction to it. As a professional black woman, I do not condone the use of the N word. I […]