There’s been this one thing that has been nagging at me ever since I first saw it, about a year ago: But a study published Tuesday in The Journal of
The Black Panther Party changed the way we feed our children. Learn how.
Do we HAVE to choose between the two? We can’t have both?
It’s exactly what you think it is.
My thoughts on addiction, coping and grieving, as brought on by the passing of Whitney Houston.
My thoughts on “Blacks With Bulimia: Hiding In Plain Sight” from The Root.
“…to explain why so much of what we believe about our cultural foodways is pure crap. Starting with the belief that soul food made us fat.”
You don’t like her, but you’d better hope to become her.
What if you swapped your hair with your body in your list of priorities? This wouldn’t even be an issue then, would it?
A minor rant about the “A White Girl’s Guide To Weight Loss” comments I’m getting…
A comparative look at the experiences of black boys in school vs. black girls, and how it affects black women.
“Food speaks to nationalities, cultural roots and family traditions as much as anything…”
How persons of color (and the needs of persons of color) are shut out of conversations involving health, wellness and food availability.
Q: Do Black vegetarians exist?
Let’s say that there really and truly is a national average of approximately 40% of Black women who don’t work out because of their hair. Let’s say that. Where does the conversation go from there?
A brief introduction to the Soul Food Series on BGG2WL.
Q: Do you think men such as me can be just as successful as you taking in what you say and do?
Society would make you think that being overweight is a sin…
In the 2002 book Athlete, photographer Howard Schatz takes a photo set of over 125 athletes…
Your very presence is telling young girls that it’s okaaaaaaaaay to be overweight…