The third post of the series, "My Favorite Women of Color Bloggers." This time, Sade of In My Sunday Best, Samantha from Samantha Maria, and Grace from GA Fashion.Read More
African Americans have reclaimed the n-word. We took a slur that systematically oppressed our people and turned the phrase in to something that expresses our resilience, solidarity, and endearment towards one another. For many of us, the word holds a sense of empowerment.
Yet even today I hear non-black people throwing around the word as easily as "like" or "and," completely dismissing its significance in the black community. So I'm finally addressing it: you can't say the word and here is why.Read More
Every month I release a free wallpaper for all blog readers to download, along with one additional wallpaper for newsletter subscribers. Here are January's picks. You may download these designs for free to use as a personal wallpaper for your devices. However, you may not reproduce, claim as your own, or distribute these designs. Enjoy!Read More
Happy MLK day! As an homage to civil rights (and the fact that the fight for civil liberties did not end in the 60s) I chose to share some present-day civil rights advocates with you. From the founders of Black Lives Matter to Deray Mckesson to Janet Mock, check out this list ten activists you should know.
Hey everyone! I am aiming to release wallpapers within the first week of each new month. Last month the blog was a bit behind schedule with the rebrand, but starting with December I hope to stay on track.Read More
Same deal as always: you may download these designs for free to use as personal wallpapers for your devices. However, you may not reproduce, claim as your own, or distribute these designs.Read More