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Worthy to Be Called Queen

Sabrina Showell

Worthy to Be Called Queen

I’ve always felt that Black women had it harder than the rest of the world. When America was liberated, Black men and women were still slaves and considered less than human. When we gained Black freedom, it seemed only Black men were important. Even when women won the right to vote, work, and be heard, Black women were still less important than White women. If the world sees men before women, and White before Black, then it seems that Black women are indeed the underdogs. Despite this, it’s the world that’s missing out on something great. I believe that only...

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Have You Reminded Your Black King?

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Have You Reminded Your Black King?

In those moments it seems that they’re unimportant, worthless, and powerless- words angry mothers, fathers, and racist people have called our Black men today. We must counteract what was done to them. We must stand up and tell them they’re worthy of our love and devotion. When we allow them to be assertive, bold, and protective it contributes to the healing of their psyche from their past traumas. 

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Black Crowns

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Black Crowns

Black people’s hair is the only texture of hair that is shunned by all races. Yes, that’s right, even Black people shun their own hair. It’s astonishing! A texture that’s so different from all other textures, one that can do almost anything, is looked at as ugly, unmanageable, and unprofessional. Yet I see it as our crown of royalty, perfection, and heavenly halo; the very words used to create the Lex Pyerse HAIR t-shirt. For years, the United States has discriminated against black hair. In almost every state, they would ban or retaliate against protective hairstyles, afros, and dreadlocks. The...

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Taking Back #BlackTwitter

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Taking Back #BlackTwitter

Anytime the Black Community creates, innovates, or owns something that the general public likes, the American mainstream media and other cultures seek out a way to destroy us, but in the words of the great poet, Maya Angelou, still we rise. One point in case is the recent attack on the twitter hashtag #blacktwitter. This specific twitter population has been used in the Black Community as a way to represent Black culture, public interests, and used as a way to cry out for justice. It’s a method used to quickly find relevant information and entertainment pertaining to the Black culture....

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Are You Mixed?

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Are You Mixed?

We should focus on our Afrocentric culture and unify our efforts to make our community stronger and wiser. It’s our melanin that should bring us together, but it’s going to take education to teach and re-train other’s wrong thinking. 

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