You Cannot Pick ‘n’ Mix With Your Race

This was not the post that was supposed to be posted today, but I felt like sharing my two pence on the matter. I said a little on my Instagram stories and you seemed to respond well to it. I really didn't want to get involved in this conversation because I feel like it such a … Continue reading You Cannot Pick ‘n’ Mix With Your Race

Confessions of a British born Jamaican

I'm not one of those people who can identify where someone is from just by looking at them. I hate when people ask me to guess where they are from because I honestly have no clue. I'm always amazed by those who can look at someone and pick up on the mannerisms and connect them … Continue reading Confessions of a British born Jamaican

Our Trip To The Black Cultural Archives

I have been meaning to visit the Black Cultural Archives for some time now. I originally thought this was a new establishment, but the Black Cultural Archives has been in business since July 2014. Like father, like son "Black Cultural Archives is a national institution dedicated to collecting, preserving and celebrating the histories of diverse people of … Continue reading Our Trip To The Black Cultural Archives

Black Sisterhood

I was reading Olivia's 'Being Black, Female & Depressed' post and you should too because it's freaken awesome and relatable af. She mentions black sisterhood and how the support from black women has helped her. This post is dedicated to all the women who have shown so much love and support throughout my blogging experience so far … Continue reading Black Sisterhood