Tag Archives: Black woman

Let Me Reintroduce Myself!

Does the self you remember feel like you, or like a stranger? Do you seem to be remembering yesterday, or reading a novel about a fictional character? Those questions popped into my mind after reading Wynne Leon “About Page”, and … Continue reading

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Take the Lead

It was only after fully accepting myself that I was able to step into my confidence. I realized that being myself actually worked, and that being a Black woman is one of Gods greatest gifts, and now more than ever, … Continue reading

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Strength in Power

“I know how to walk into a room and I know my power. Yes, I’m scared and sometimes wondering, what if they don’t listen, what if they don’t understand. Then I go back to my core values,” – Mia Dabney … Continue reading

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