The Black Woman’s March [Clip One :: @LovnMyLocs Perspective]

I was surfing the internet and happened upon an article about a Rekia Boyd vigil in NYC that had an embarrassingly low turnout. I believe the numbers were less than a hundred people. I was surprised and disappointed to hear that such a large city who has been active in many other things movement related Read the full article…

The Love, Loyalty, and Silence of a Black Woman

when i first thought to write this, i had many thoughts. so many, that i knew i wanted to write them in a formal piece to be posted publicly. i pulled out my chromebook, sat down, and was ready to let loose. then, i began to struggle. my thoughts were all jumbled and i had Read the full article…

Maids don’t have maids…

Maids don’t have maids…   No one says, as a child, “when I grow up, I want to be a maid.” That’s not a job many people aspire to have. Maids do the dirty work. They clean up after people. They make sure the living conditions of others is comfortable. Often times its a disgusting, Read the full article…