Dearest ones, I want you to know one thing. You are more than what you think you are. You deserve more than what you think you do. The idea of … Continue reading Self-Care Means Realizing The Things You Deserve.
Admin Note: This piece uses strong language, and is frank with its candor concerning activism. It is important such pieces be written as it makes plain the frustration which sometimes … Continue reading Not Today…
My letter to myself will be in 4 parts in pivotal points in my life. The one will be when I was about 5. -JBHarris Dear Jen-Sue: You are a … Continue reading In The Girl That Was
Dear Future Melanin-Efficient Queen: I know it took you until you were 17-years-old to feel beautiful within your dark hue. I mean, why would you feel good in the midst … Continue reading For The Queen To Be
For successful women, it is always easy to run down the laundry list of their accomplishments. I believe that in brushing through, or running through these accomplishments too quickly, we … Continue reading Slay Black Girl, Slay: The Truth That Is Ruth E. Carter
It’s still February which means it’s STILL BLACK HISTORY MONTH! Today, I want to highlight Tiffany Shawntay (@errybodylovestiff on IG). Tiffany is a 34-year-old graduate of the historic HBCU Benedict … Continue reading #28DaysOfBlackness: Hair & Thangs With Tiffany Shawntay
There are so many blessings I have encountered being a mother of two Black daughters. One of them is having two extra sets of ears to the creative things happening … Continue reading #28DaysOfBlackness: The Enduring Creativity Of Black Girl Magic