Tag Archives: Women of color

The Legacy

I witnessed the students dedication to their education, their vision and their joy. I thought about my grandma fighting spirit, her vision for my mother’s education. – Wunmi Mosaku Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes … Continue reading

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Corporate America

“I have to catch my breath because when I started in my career, I spent so much time as the only Black woman. I would be the one who was leading the meeting or the presentation and then someone would … Continue reading

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Battlecry

If more and more of us exist—it’ll become impossible for them to ignore our talent. If more and more of us exist—it’ll become impossible for them to ignore our vision. If more and more of us exist—it’ll become impossible for … Continue reading

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10 Year Conversation

If you could send a note to yourself in 2030, what would it say? Your focused work on equity—in justice and access to affordable housing, health services, fair pay, and education—paid off. The CROWN Act was just the beginning in … Continue reading

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Colored Mindfulness

How has your understanding of mindfulness changed? I am still a woman, still mostly white setting. But now part of being mindful is understanding the power and sending the power privilege I have acquired on my journey -and remembering where … Continue reading

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