NaVosha Copeland, (pronounced Nuh-Vah-Shuh) is a poet who is passionate about encouraging the youth to overcome adversity, as she shares how she overcame homelessness as well as the rejection that resulted from her parent’s divorce.

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An Affirmation to Black Girls

By NaVosha Copeland •  Hello, mother, Hello, friend, Hello, sister, How you been? I love you so much. You’re so strong and so kind and so sweet. Your melanin mixes so well with your bright white teeth. Your high cheekbones And chocolate brown skin Greets me, warms me, and welcomes me To a world of … Continue reading An Affirmation to Black Girls