Black Men Tho

I fucks wit Black men So when you see me, I will be making sure that the formerly and currently incarcerated, the targeted, the hanging out, the pants saggin, the gold teeth, the dreads with blonde tips, the “they wont hire me,” the “down for whatever,” the under school-educated and underinvested in, the underestimated, the […]

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I Am Not Here For It

The other day I made a post on facebook, it said: “I dont like when folks celebratize me (new word). I really really dont like it. I am goofy. I am clumsy. I make mistakes. I go hard but cry harder. Just love on me. Support me. Be an honest friend with me. I am […]

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Anti-Blackness in the Movement

In the beginning. Europeans captured us, put us on several boats. Gave us illnesses that our bodies weren’t used to, and as a result many of us died. Those of us that survived were landed on various continents to be free labor. While they picked the strongest of us, they were also intimidated by our […]

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A Love Letter to Black Women

by Sara Vipond Brink Dear Black Women, I’m a white woman. I’m not a respected commentator, or a public figure, or a leader in a movement. I neither have authority nor do I represent anyone beyond myself. In fact, I’m not representative of the majority of white women who just made the stunningly misogynistic decision […]

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