By: Jeremiah Pennebaker ~Staff Writer~ Dear Beloved, I’m sorry. I’m sorry I stress you. I’m sorry you’ve always felt the need to put me and my needs ahead of yourself. I’m sorry I’ve never come to recognize that. You were always there to tend to my wounds, to pick me up, to dust me off and tell me you love me and I can do anything. I’m sorry I never afforded you the same treatment. I’m sorry you had to lay down your dreams for me. I’m sorry I never encouraged you to pick them back up. I love you. … Continue reading Dear Black women, an apology and a love letter
By: Narrean Marsden Beyoncé unapologetically defined herself and every bit of her Blackness with her surprise “Formation” video. All plans to be a productive student were cancelled as my phone rang with urgent links and messages of “YAASSSS, BEY BETTER GO!” I immediately knew that it was indeed a serious matter and required every ounce of my attention. I was surprised, excited and ready to get my life. Why were so many of us (Black people) excited? Why were we (Black people) holding on to our seats, you ask? Because lately, being Black – specifically a Black woman – has … Continue reading People, are you in ‘Formation?’ A praise for Queen Bey’s anthem for Black women
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