In a previous post, we discussed the importance of black sisterhood. You can view that post here: Photographing Sisterhood. In a media centered society that puts drama over friendship, we are seriously lacking black female friends on the big screens. Which means, many of our young girls are not seeing examples of black female friendship. Continue reading
Monthly Archives: July 2017
Let’s Talk Hair…And The Power It Holds
We want to talk about hair…more specifically, the texture and style of black hair. You may have noticed in the news how some black girls are being reprimanded at their schools for wearing traditionally black hair styles. Continue reading
It is not often in media that we see positive representations of black female friendship. Too often the portrayals are centered around competition and deceit. This is why some women are pushing back against main media. Photographer Miranda Barnes project titled “Doubles”, she photographs black twin sisters. Continue reading
How Are Our Educators Stopping School Push Out?
A look at what schools can do to stop school push out. Continue reading