Tag: africanamerican

TO BLACK PARENTS VISITING EARTH–LETTER #3: HAIR (Part I)

Letter #3: Hair Part I To Black People Visiting Earth: It took many jars of relaxing cream and scabs on my scalp before I stopped strangling Africa.  The day I stopped putting chemicals in my hair was the day I began loving… Read More

BLACKAPINA

 First Movement: The Intersection People of multiethnic backgrounds are accustomed to existing at the intersections of multiple worlds and multiple identities, holding and juggling those spaces in tension.[1] We become adept at navigating in and out and through numerous ethnoracial and ethnocultural… Read More