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black love
Often, the first people who show us love are our relatives. Parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins changing our diapers, giving us kisses and encouragement, feeding us and hoping for our bright future even before we can imagine one. Over time many of us realize that, for better or worse, the love they’re handing down...
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This month, we are sharing the work of three Black women photographers whose work captures the love they have for Black women and Black community. These artists’ depictions of Black women in every-day life, highlights their love for Black culture, self-acceptance, and Black community. We hope you’ll take some time to get to know these...
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In December of 2021 we lost bell hooks, a giant thinker adept at identifying the inconsistencies of everyday life and building philosophical frameworks about our obligations to one another and how people, particularly Black women, can strive for wholeness and integrity in a white supremacist culture hellbent on dehumanizing us. So this month, we’re thinking...
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