Feminism

Does My ‘Radical Feminist’ Shirt Make You Uncomfortable?

Not too long ago I wore my beloved 'Radical Feminist' shirt to work. Now it's not written in a fancy script, nor is it embellished with pictures or designs. It is black with big bold white lettering that states to the world "Hey world, I, Hillary, am a Radical Feminist...now bite me!" My smack talk… Continue reading Does My ‘Radical Feminist’ Shirt Make You Uncomfortable?

Feminism

How My Grandmother was the First to Promote Body Positivity in My Life

From a young age, my grandmother would remind me about the beauty and benefits of big hips. This was before the Kardashians made them a thing that society marvels at. She would tell me how as a young woman, she and her sisters had large hips and that their large hips were where they held… Continue reading How My Grandmother was the First to Promote Body Positivity in My Life

Books

Book Review of Writing My Wrongs by Shaka Senghor

Today I finished reading Writing My Wrongs: Life, Death, and Redemption in an American Prison, by Shaka Senghor. I'm still in that phase, which occurs just after I read an engulfing book, where the words, moments, and emotions are still very much alive for me. In his book, Senghor recounts the 19 years he spent… Continue reading Book Review of Writing My Wrongs by Shaka Senghor