She Paradise

Black women deal with a perpetual struggle to be seen. And with that struggle comes how we see ourselves and how we are presented, which manifest differently to each observer. As we fight to wave our empowerment flag, some may see it as a signal to attack or that we are prey, things to be... Continue Reading →

In Plain Sight: Brown Girl Begins

Afrofuturism is a term coined by cultural critic Mark Dery, but I tend to lean towards writer and filmmaker Ytasha Womack’s definition which states: “Whether through literature, visual arts, music, or grassroots organizing, Afrofuturists redefine culture and notions of blackness for today and the future. Both an artistic aesthetic and a framework for critical theory,... Continue Reading →

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