‘The Sisters Are Alright’ Is A Smart, Tender Rewrite Of The Modern History Of Black Women

As soon as I read the title The Sisters Are Alright: Changing the Broken Narrative of Black Women In America, I knew that this book was going to be a must-read due to its confident air. As much as I support revealing the hard truths of what it is to be a Black woman in America, fighting the grain against not just racism but sexism, … Continue reading ‘The Sisters Are Alright’ Is A Smart, Tender Rewrite Of The Modern History Of Black Women

VIDEO BOX ROUNDUP, #TBT EDITION: Fefe Dobson’s “Ghost”, Skye Sweetnam’s “Tangled Up In Me” And Gloria Steinem Credits Black Women For The Start Of The Feminist Movement

I scrolled to Fefe Dobson on my iPod today, in hopes that her song “Ghost” was already there. Thankfully it was (because you know that feeling when you’ve just got hear a certain song at the moment) and I pressed play only to push the repeat button six more times. Such a good pop song. And while later on I continued listening to Dobson on Spotify (the moment continued), … Continue reading VIDEO BOX ROUNDUP, #TBT EDITION: Fefe Dobson’s “Ghost”, Skye Sweetnam’s “Tangled Up In Me” And Gloria Steinem Credits Black Women For The Start Of The Feminist Movement