>To my sisters:

>This is a poem I found as I was roamin the Internet: The Strong Black Woman is Dead… On August 15, 1999, at 11:55 p.m., while struggling with the reality of being a human instead of a myth, the strong black woman passed away. Medical sources say she died of natural causes, but those who […]

>While laying in bed this morning, an idea came to my head. There are tons of books on the experience of black men in America, but there are not many books that do the same justice for black women. As I pondered this more, I wanted to know if there was a book that featured […]

>Round up of Stupidity

>I’ve seen numerous stories that show the stupidity and insensitivity of ordinary Americans throughout the week. Here are a few. Student makes mock video of Jena 6 story. Why do people expect us to believe they aren’t racist and/or prejudice if they have the mindset to come up with crap like this? Do I believe […]

>Quick Vent

>I went to Barnes and Noble last night and went to the current events/history/biography section of the store. When I didn’t see anything interesting, I turned around and saw the African-American non-fiction section. My eyes poured over the numerous selections of books, ranging from black feminists and slavery. However, I saw a number of books […]

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