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Our Girls Won’t Be Dress Coded

Our Girls Won’t Be Dress Coded

Photo of Fatimah and Nasirah Fair courtesy of Tyrone Turner / WAMU. Being a Black girl in America isn’t easy. Navigating the changes of adolescence is difficult even under the best of circumstances. Add that to the intersection of racism and sexism and it means that...
Black Women and Healing Justice

Black Women and Healing Justice

Photo courtesy of Harriet’s Apothecary.  I recently traveled to upstate New York to participate in a four-day gathering in the name of “healing and wellness justice” that left me feeling perturbed, angry and disheartened. I couldn’t put my finger on it at the...