Tag: Women’s Empowerment

Dear Black Women

A thank you to Black women from a Black man.


God’s Number One Fisherman

My first time hearing The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan was watching This Man Jesus. I was amazed by how bold he spoke and how there were facts after facts. However, my experience of hearing him in-person was incomparable to a recording on YouTube. In February 2014, I was blessed to attend my first Saviours’ Day and

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A Woman’s Hair Tells A Story

I often-time say, ‘hair is just hair’, but that’s false. A woman’s hair tells a story… and we have many stories to tell.  Taking a flashback into 2013 when I did the big chop: I was so happy walking out of that barbershop like I owned the ground I walk on. It’s 2017 now and within

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Muslimah Appropriation unCovered

“I want to cover my hair, but I don’t want to be disrespectful”. -Sister to Sister To all of my Sisters who share this concern, I want you to know that it’s not disrespectful if you decide to cover your hair. I titled this post (thanks to an accountability partner who actually gave me the

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