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I’m Over Being A “Strong Black Woman”

This week while scrolling through Facebook I landed on an article from Ebony Magazine, titled “The Pressure of Being a “Strong Black Woman” Often Leads to Depression. My visceral reaction was FINALLY. Finally, the world is starting to recognize that the idea that black woman can and should endure ANYTHING and keep pushing is asinine. […]

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What Are You Worried About?

I was watching the first episode of Voltron with my daughter (don’t judge me) and there was one scene where Pidge was really concerned about taking on her new responsibilities as a Paladin (or pilot) of Voltron. She started spouting off all of the things that could possibly go wrong, all the way down to […]

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Guess What You’re Making?

The end of Women’s History Month is fast approaching. And while I’ve been highlighting some women who are making history over on the Color Outside Instagram page, I want to make sure to highlight one woman that’s making history, in particular. You. I know you’re probably thinking that there’s no way you’re making history. You’re grinding, […]

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