Will the Real Black Men Please Stand Up? By Tracy “Mind.Evolution.” Caldwell

Imagine walking up the street just minding your business as a heterosexual male, you have to walk by a group of homosexual males. There...

Get it Together by Kimolee Eryn

“Get it together” is insulting. As if Pouring tears of frustration at the thought of being upset about things I’ve been made to feel...

From ‘Get Out’ to ‘Sugar Hill’: Black Women in Horror Films by Tiffani Jones

I'm a year-round horror movie fan but since Halloween is upon us, this macabre, candy-filled holiday wouldn't be complete without engaging in a marathon...

Why I Need Black Girl Magic By Tianna Glass-Tripp

On a cool summer evening, I sat on a patio at a bar with my wife and our friend, Kenny. We’re three motivated and...

Why I Wrap My Hair By Jamilah Muhammad

I wrap my hair up high sensing my predecessors congratulate my effort recalling images in books, of sisters from the motherland observing me, as I observe them on pages cloth...

Love Her Like You Love Your Mother By Charlie Costict

My Brother…. Love Her like you love your Mother. Since an embryo your memory of remembering each and every din’ and bin of your…. clothes...

A Mother’s Day Message By State Senator Douglas McCrory

On Sunday, May 14, 2017 we will rejoice in celebration of the beautiful women who have made many sacrifices to raise their children while...

Nuanced Views of Black Motherhood By Demetrius Dillard

Indeed, Mother’s Day holds a profound significance in the U.S., particularly in Black America. Over the course of global Black history, Black mothers have been...

Where are the Allies? By Charlie Costict

April 1st will mark the 184th anniversary of the opening of Miss Crandall’s School for Young Ladies and Little Misses of Color in 1833....

Feminism Is for Everybody…If You Put in the Work By Tiffani Jones

In this current, highly-charged political and socio-cultural climate where it’s difficult for Black women to tell who’s really an ally and who’s merely performing...

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Dear Depression, For the last decade or less, we’ve been in a toxic relationship. Having you in my life made me feel weak and useless...

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Dear Superwoman Society by Dayeshell Muhammad

Dear Superwoman Society, I am writing to you on behalf of nineteen women whom I personally know and have recently made members of the Superwoman...