Joyce Hounkanrin is a lawyer, and Ph.D student living in Bronx, NY. Her fifth book When They Split My Soul Flowers Sprung Forth: A Black Womxn‘s Journey to Transformative Healing was released in May 2020. She is the Director of Sis Our Space, an organization intentioned on uplifting and expanding the intellectual traditions of Black Women.
By Joyce Hounkanrin • This article was re-published on Afroféminas Magazine on June 29, 2021 • I hate mornings, yet I make a promise to myself to be up early. This morning … Continue reading A Hummingbird in the Palm: The Impact of Racism on Black Women’s Mental Health
By Joyce Hounkanrin • What is embedded in the language of Black women? What belongs exclusively within our mouths? Briefly translated, there are secrets we have transported from the Middle … Continue reading The Secret Language of Black Women