22 Activities To Help Lift Your Vibrations

We all go through it. ALL of us. It is important to process our emotions. However it is also just as important to try our best not dwell in our own sadness, anger, etc.  Here are some activities that can help lift your vibrations when you’re feeling less than great.  Advertisements

Homophobia Doesn’t Look Good On You

Women express their friendships and genuine LOVE for each other in so many ways. Hmm….. but WHY oh WHY when black men actually let go and become themselves homophobia comes into play.

Representation For Black Boys Matters Too

Many people don’t realize that toys are one of the earliest ways we are trained in gender stereotypes. This is a conversation that’s especially heard when discussing feminism and girls, but what about Black boys? Jennifer Pierre found herself asking this same question and decided to answer it by creating Melanites, a line of dolls for…

This video shows some of the history behind the hijab, which is starting to become a fashion trend after being spotted as an accessory on high-end designer runways. MuslimGirl, a site working to break stereotypes and normalize Muslim voices, says the hijab has been a symbol of autonomy, control, and defiance for Muslim women. “We made…

Waiting For A Ring, But Not The Kind You Think

Did you know that boxing is actually banned for women in Cuba? Women in the island nation are encouraged to participate in all other sports including wrestling, Judo, weight-lifting, and Tae Kwon Do, but not boxing. Well, meet Namibia Flores Rodriguez, the only known female boxer in Cuba and the rest of the Caribbean. Read More…  …

Poet Kwyn Townsend Riley Gives Us The Ten PWI Commandments

Kywn gives us the PWI Ten Commandments and breaks down what WOC face on a daily basis at educational institutions. Whether it’s sexism, racism or micro-aggressions. She shares much TRUTH but also encourages black girls to hold their heads high embrace their magic!  

No Offense to Mrs. Morrison But…

Where are our bookworms? If you love amazing writers like Toni Morrison, James Baldwin, Octavia Butler and Junot Diaz, why not expand your library with even more authors of color? Many people claim there just aren’t that many good ones out there but this list of ten writers will make you clap back at them with…

Kriol: Largest Language Exclusive to Australia

When we think of Creole we think of Louisiana (and maybe Beyonce) but it’s actually much more than that. Creole, in terms of language, is created through colonization/ colonialism  and is based off of the conquerers language. For example, in Louisiana or Ayiti French is the base language. Kriol is also a part of this language…

One of My Kind Shines In the Zine World

One of My Kind (OOMK) is an amazing London-based biannual Zine founded by three muslim womxn. OOMK dives into subjects like sense of belonging and identity specific but not exclusive to Muslim women. First created in 2003 the zine centers around the “imaginations, creativity and spirituality of women”. What do you think? Read More…

‘Sad Asian Girls Club’ Isn’t What You Think

When you first hear the name a different picture might come to mind but make no mistake, ‘Sad Asian Girls Club‘ is far from it. This collective of Asian graphic designers is breaking barriers through critical commentary on issues such as body image, fetishization, and colorism as Asian womxn. Get to know them below! Read…

The Ovarian Psycos Make No Apologies

The Ovarian Psycos are a collective of brown and black womxn in L.A.’s Boyle Heights leading the decline of the white male dominated narrative of the cycling world. They are reclaiming their power as working-class, renaissance, radical badass womxn breaking the status quo. We’re so here for it!!