This time eight years ago, I was filled with so much hope and joy. I was expecting the birth of my first baby girl. We had just elected our first black president. Although the economy was tanked due to eight years of failed Republican policies, things were looking up. The stock market had begun to … Continue reading My How Far We’ve Gone (Back)
On Wednesday night, two of my guilty pleasures came together... well, three, actually. Suits + Pretty Little Liars + two of my favorite undercover sistahs, Meghan Markle and Troian Bellisario. I know I've mentioned many times how I enjoy being the "Biracial Whisperer." PLL's Troian Bellisario and Suit's Meghan Markle are two of my favorite … Continue reading Undercover Sistah Day on Suits
When you're a woman of color, particular if your skin tone skews more brown than beige, shopping for makeup is exhausting, frustrating, and sometimes even humiliating. Even though it is 2015, many makeup companies haven't attempted to make many shades for us darker ladies.
Like many people, I've been fascinated (in horror) watching the Rachel Dolezal "passing" story unfold. I'm not going to rehash the various layers of how what she did was so very wrong or why "transracial," as it has been used with respect to this story, is not a thing and should not be compared to … Continue reading Rachel Dolezal and the Problem of Colorism
I support ALL women breastfeeding, but there's a special place in my heart when I see other black mamas proudly nursing their babies. Yes, Black women DO breastfeed, and I'm glad that this picture taken to encourage other WOC has garnered so much attention, even if some of it is ignorant. http://ift.tt/1plYveb [green_message]Source: http://ift.tt/1plYveb [/green_message] … Continue reading Graduation photo shows ‘Black Women Do Breastfeed’