Slipping into My Pre-Pandemic Pants

By Riss Clark • Marissa reflects on her body’s change during the pandemic. (Sep. 2020) I can’t look in the mirror anymore  because I don’t […]

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Giving Birth While Black

By Joyce Angela Jellison Hounkanrin • “Do you want her?” The white nurse’s name was Millie and she proposed this question with regard to the […]

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Beauty is A State of Mind

By Graciela Barada •  Originally published on Cuatro Meses en Barbados •   When I was about ten or eleven years old, I became overly conscious […]

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My Raw Thoughts On Depression

By Kenidra R. Woods •  Depression. You and I were once close. And it’s so ironic that you were the one who hurt me the […]

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