These two don’t know it yet, but I am their official little sister. I love their power, knowledge and commitment to the uplifting of Black women. bThat fact is, the … Continue reading What A Revolutionary Should Look Like: Young. Intersected. And Black.
I am a fan of Feminista Jones! I love her wit, her intelligence and all her affirming Black Girl Magic. When I found out through social media (thank you, Twitter!) … Continue reading March 2019 Book Review-RECLAIMING OUR SPACE: How Black Feminists Are Changing The World From the Tweets To The Streets
She was born Paulette Linda Williams. But we all know her as Ntozke Shange: ‘she who walks with lions.’ What can I say about this book that hasn’t been said … Continue reading February 2019 Book Review-For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/ When The Rainbow Was Enuf
I have had an admiration for Gabrielle Monique Union Wade for a while. At first, as with most relationships that deal with envy, I didn’t like her. I thought she … Continue reading January 2019 Book Review-WE ARE GOING TO NEED MORE WINE
I adore Jenifer Lewis. I had to review this book before the end of the year. The Audible version was a treat (10 hours!), so consider this review a Christmas … Continue reading December Book Review: JENIFER LEWIS THE MOTHER OF BLACK HOLLYWOOD
Michelle LaVaughn Robinson Obama is incredible. In reading this book, I have thought of nothing but how incredible she is. I thought about how, just how incredible she is. I … Continue reading November Book Review: BECOMING
Thank you again to Tonia Thompson and the Nightlight Podcast family for this recommendation. -JBHarris I am convinced that Miss Jane McKeene is my great-great-great-great grandmother in a parallel universe. This … Continue reading October Book Review: Dread Nation