A Love Letter for Punch Me Up to The Gods
I have been reading Fatimah Asghar’s If They Come for Us in honor of AAPI Heritage Month.
As in El Hajj Malik El Shabazz Born in 1925, our own shining Black Prince would have turned […]
https://bookshop.org/books/eloquent-rage-a-black-feminist-discovers-her-superpower/9781250112880 She’s Brought Some Joy Inside Our Tears I have been listening to Brittney Cooper read her book, […]
I’m so thankful for Robyn Crawford’s book.
An open letter of gratitude and recognition for your amazing patience and perseverance.
Black Book Lady is absolutely in love with Deesha Philyaw’s latest work, The Secret Lives of Church Ladies, and we know you are going to enjoy it, too. If you have read it already, this is a promise, you treat yourself right when you read it again. Don’t worry, we will spare you the told you so post. Anyway, whether you are a new fan or a bona fide deeshiple, here are five things you need for this upcoming month of celebrations, family, and affirming a new year of living your absolute best church lady life.
A piece for my brother, D in 2020.
May 28 marks the 86th birthday of freedom fighter Betty Shabazz. “Sister Betty” was an icon in my mother’s household. A paragon of Black woman excellence; I was raised to revere her.
I’m showing some appreciation for Ms. Lula Mae.