Content Note: This article references a parent's use of Weight Watchers for their child. I didn’t always hate and hide my body. I was athletic as a child. I swam competitively and played outside until the last drop of daylight. I trusted my body and knew it well. That changed when puberty hit in the fourth grade. I started to look more like a woman than a little kid, and a … [Read more...]
It is a sad time for Black women in this country. I would love to say that this time is unique and unlike that which our foremothers faced after being stolen and brought to this country, holding onto their souls and the shreds of their dignity they were determined never to give up. But we know this is not true. Today, as we carry our rage and sadness, feeling an … [Read more...]
Last year proved to be a year of overwhelming sadness, anger, frustration, violence and destruction. It is sometimes difficult to feel hope for a better future when we are experiencing so much turmoil individually and as a whole. I can get mired down in the terrible news and feel helpless in watching the world around me continue to fall apart. However, I am a silver-lining kind … [Read more...]
The Body Is Not an Apology
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