I Do Not Consent: My Three Reasons for Not Getting the COVID “Vaccine”

“Only the strong go crazy, the weak just go along” Assata Shakur At 14 years old, I became a staunch critical and independent thinker. In 8th grade my Black social studies teacher taught us Abraham Lincoln freed the slaves. In 9th grade, I took an American History class and learned that wasn’t how it wentContinue reading “I Do Not Consent: My Three Reasons for Not Getting the COVID “Vaccine””

Black Woman Heal: The Racism in Gynecology

“History, despite its wrenching pain cannot be unlived, but if faced with courage need not be lived again” Maya Angelou This is a special blog post because it includes excerpts from my latest book, “The Black Girl’s Guide to Healing: 10 Ways to Achieve a Healthy, Pain Free Period”. The Black woman must take herContinue reading “Black Woman Heal: The Racism in Gynecology”

Miss Celie’s Hoodoo: Return to Sender

“The words we use, use us” Unknown The Color Purple is my favorite movie of all time. There are so many scenes that resonate with me, but the one that touches me the most was the Easter dinner scene when Celie gave Mister more than just a piece of her mind! Whew! Sends chills downContinue reading “Miss Celie’s Hoodoo: Return to Sender”

In Honor of the Slave Mother

“A mother holds a knife by the blade” Tswana Proverb I’ve been here many times before. I keep coming back because there is a lot of unfinished business. There is much karma to transcend and wrongs that must be made right. Some of them are mine, but most have nothing to do with me. Still,Continue reading “In Honor of the Slave Mother”