I hope you did your reading for this week. -JBHarris I know we are talking about Black Girl Bitterness this month. But I thought it would be a good thing … Continue reading I Am Not Meant To Be Your Sassy Black Friend.
This past semester, I graduated from my Alma Mater, UM-St. Louis (UMSL). At this university, I was blessed–yes, blessed!–to have taken my ENGL 3720: Literature After 1865. This class taught … Continue reading Black Girls Aren’t Allowed To Be Mad–They Are ‘Bitter’
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. The fact is, the … Continue reading What A Revolutionary Should Look Like: Young. Intersected. And Black.
When I tell you this book has been on my reader’s list/radar all year long?! I mean that thing! I knew I was going to like this book when the … Continue reading SEPTEMBER BOOK REVIEW: ELOQUENT RAGE