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Just Because You Are A Black Woman – The Story Of Nia Wilson

Just Because You Are A Black Woman – The Story Of Nia Wilson

Something I can’t stop thinking about: Latifa Wilson, describing her last moments with her 18-year-old sister Nia Wilson who was stabbed and killed by John Lee Cowell on Sunday: “She’s just yelling my name, ‘Tifah, Tifah, Tifah,’ and I said, ‘I got you, baby, I got you. Just calm down,’ because she has real bad anxiety.” […]

Why I Love Being A Black Girl – Channing Brown

Why I Love Being A Black Girl – Channing Brown

“White people can be exhausting” is the first line of I’m Still Here: Black Dignity in a World Made for Whiteness. If that doesn’t signal what’s to come, I’ll tell you this book is a complete page-turner. Not like “I’m sitting on a beach” page-turner (although I would read this on a beach), but “I’m feeling […]