Black on Black Love


I feel GLOSSRAGS is especially fitting for this edition of Black Every Friday. If nothing else, the And Counting tees can spark a conversation. Keep that necessary dialogue going. Pose as a reminder of the senseless acts of violence damaging + taking the lives of our loved ones.

I purchased a shirt from this young sister, Randi Gloss [seen above], last year. I love her dedication to fighting amnesia, which seems to quickly set in after one of our brothers or sisters dies. I can’t lie, I’ve forgotten many of their names because it’s basically daily news. But I do what I can to enlighten, strengthen and inspire- especially for positive causes like this.




The last few days kinda pretty much fucked up my mental. I mean there is no recovery period between these tragedies. There is no shortage of really horrible news. I’m generally a tall ball of joy, but it’s been very difficult to maintain positive thoughts when it pertains to certain topics. I don’t really have much to say on it except that I’m deeply saddened and disgusted. Like everyday. And I wish the families of the departed solace and justice.

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 [all photo cred: GLOSSRAGS]

4 thoughts on “Black on Black Love

  1. Thanks, Im always finding new things out be reading your post. Love that your so informed, it keeps me somewhere in the middle, because sometimes all of this saddness that happens is to much and it really throws off ones creativity. But it needs to breathe.

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    1. I appreciate that, that’s my goal. And yes, it can be overwhelming but I’m an optimist and do my best to spread knowledge and support people who support us and represent us in a positive light.


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