People will tell you any old self-hating nonsense about why there aren’t any good grocery stores in the hood. It’s time to learn the truth.
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
Study: Hair care might be barrier to health for black women. Should doctors be talking to us about it?
We can barely get doctors to hear us when we talk about the pain from bones dangling from sockets, or other real and sincere health problems. Doctors are supposed to care about something like our hair?
A blogger chops and screws a video clip of a Black woman’s alleged racism against a white farming family…
My questions and thoughts on colorism, inspired by the recent chatter surrounding the recently-released documentary, Light Girls.
The editor-in-chief apologizes. But is that enough?
Paula Deen, her racial slurs against our President and her employees, and #PaulasBestDishes.
A minor rant about the “A White Girl’s Guide To Weight Loss” comments I’m getting…
“People at a social disadvantage are more likely to experience stress from racism. And they are less likely to have the resources to extinguish this stress, because they are at a social disadvantage.”