Monthly Archives: February 2017

Consumed.

Twisted. Have you ever felt like you’re dying? Like you’re killing yourself to succeed? It’s a feeling that makes you sick to your stomach, it’s a feeling that will not heed your incessant cries and pleas for it to stop … Continue reading

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A Month of Black Love: Weekend Edition

Deferral. What happens to a dream repressed? When the weight of it all comes crashing down leaving you distressed? What happens when you can’t sleep and all you think of is your failure? You think of all the ways you … Continue reading

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A Month of Black Love #3

“I’m poor, I’m Black, I might even be ugly; but dear god I’m here! I’m here! -Celie -D

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A Month of Black Love #2

“Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced.” -James Baldwin Keep this in your mind as you go about. Keep this close to you when you want to ignore the tumult … Continue reading

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A Month of Black Love #1

As a way of showing myself love and care I am going to share something meaningful to me everyday this month. As a way of showing my Black communities love, I will share meaningful things. *Update, apparently my life did … Continue reading

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