Greetings! I write to you in high spirits while still mourning. Ma'Khia Bryant's murder is heavy on our hearts and I just want to tell you something. I am so sorry that Black Girlhood© forced us to grow up faster than our non-Black peers. To be 10 and seen as 18 scarred us in ways … Continue reading To My Former Co-Workers of Black Girls™
Tanisha Anderson (37, 2014) Yvette Smith (47, 2014) Miriam Carey (34, 2013) Shelly Frey (27, 2012) Darnisha Harris (16, 2012) Malissa Williams (30, 2012) Alesia Thomas (35, 2012) Shantel Davis (23, 2012) Rekia Boyd (22, 2012) Shereese Francis (29, 2012) Aiyana Stanley-Jones (7, 2010) Tarika Wilson (26, 2008) Kathryn Johnston (92, 2006) Alberta Spruill (57, … Continue reading Say Her Name
Every fucking voting year, everybody and they momma always got something slick to say about Black people and voting.
The trail of freedom is littered With the tattered diaries of The soft folk The true folk The loud folk The small folk Of lives passed Reliving their trauma in their pages Relating to it in our bones. While these diaries line this trail Like golden bricks covered in blood They stop. Where these books of … Continue reading Of Diaries, Of Trails
I still have 4 days left until my unethical post ban of calling out cis people's constant sword playing with their metaphorical dicks to see which one deserves to be in the news more. "No one cares about black women!" "Black women only have themselves!" These talks happen and it, eventually, leads to TERFs coming … Continue reading “The World Is Watching”
White people, seriously, shut the fuck up with that shitty ass comparison. Saying that the lives of black people matter just as much as your white, seasonless, sunburnt, wet dog smelling asses is the same as the fucking KKK is so fucking disingenuous and RACIST. Me living my black ass life isn't the same as … Continue reading My Black Life Mattering Isn’t The Fucking Same As The KKK