Her story. Her passion. Her voice. Her ART. A group show featuring the art of Black female artists who are staying tried and true to their styles and perspectives as the art world gradually learns that HER voice matters. There are blatant limitations for Black female artists including, but not limited to being told to “soften” […]
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Black Women Are Intelligent, You Know. My speech precedes me. I was raised in a home where reading was mandatory. I had to read. I had to learn. I was programmed to not only listen in grade school but pay attention and gain as much knowledge as I could. On top of all of the knowledge gained, I […]
A word! via “But, You Speak So Well.” — A Cornered Gurl
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Be vulnerable 2. After you feel safe. 3. Live in the moment. 4. Live in love. 5. Bottle all good memories 6. Sniff often. 7. Teach your heart to dance 8. Let it be still 9. Regularly feel around for tears. 10. Repair them. 11. Remember that ‘art’ is part of heart and […]
❤ via How to Train Your Heart — Better For That
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first read on Nikki Skies | shared from corespirit.com written by Shelly Wegman for News Observer Do you journal? Scrapbook, keep a diary, write a blog? Studies show that people who practice daily writing get surprising benefits. You can journal in a notebook or diary, on a smartphone app or in a password-protected document on […]
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I know part of my purpose here is to help. help lead. help with insight. yet— I can’t lead if im not my own leader. I can’t provide insight without discernment. If I’m not my own light, how can I help you find yours? —dáe This passage makes me think of people following the […]
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Why is it always about race?? she asks with feigned innocence. Again. My eye twitches. I give a half smirk, half scowl and search the ceiling for answers and strength. God? Forgive me as I wet my full lips to prepare to drop this informational bomb: Have you heard A Seat at the Table? The […]
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