Tag Archives: judgement

Black Man

Because I’m Black,” he says matter-of-factly, letting the response breathe for a moment. “In America, Black guys are considered a threat. Dark-skinned Black guys are considered more of a threat. And you put the dark-skinned Black guy in action, people … Continue reading

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The Black woman

Being a Black woman has taught me fortitude, focus, and courage, and shown me the love of sisterhood and connection. Being a disabled, Black woman has taught me patience and perseverance. While in many ways, it has forced me to … Continue reading

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The Queen

You’re a welfare queen…there’s nothing queenly about living in poverty. Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes and passing the real life wisdom on to others as I embark on this new venture of “positively purging“, … Continue reading

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Judgy

“You know, we do a really good job of judging each other and assuming who people are when we don’t even know them. To me, the most important thing we can do right now is take a second to see … Continue reading

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Career Advice

 Best career advice I’ve gotten: I can be a quotes-driven basic bitch. These may not qualify as advice because they weren’t given to me directly, but I’ve found them the most catalytic for me: “Be so good, they can’t ignore you” … Continue reading

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