Teresa Younger is an educator who enjoys history, writing, gardening, and loves being a part of a vibrant community. She earned her bachelor’s degree from UVA and her Master’s degree in education from USC, and has been living in Virginia since 2003 with her family.
By Teresa Younger and Stephanie Younger • We are grateful to have a conversation with Taylor Scott for a conversation that was centered on the … Continue reading A Conversation with Taylor Scott, Founder of RVA Community Fridge
By Teresa Younger • At Black Feminist Collective, we are celebrating Imani House, an organization that allows Black people to empower themselves through the provision … Continue reading Bisi Ideraabdullah of the Imani House On Self-Help and Community help
By Teresa Younger • In the future what will we name the period of history that we are currently living in? Every aspect of life … Continue reading Remembering Martin Luther King Jr. as a Radical Dreamer
By Teresa Younger • Content warning: Mentions of sexual violence and murder According to PEW Research Center, 235 Black people were shot to death by … Continue reading Black Women and Girls Must Be Protected When We Are Alive
By Teresa Younger • Complete with unsolicited comments, touching attempts from strangers, and pressure to do away with your coils right now, or you risk … Continue reading Is it Open Season on Natural Hair?