I’m been away from my blogging safe haven for a while and during that time I had a breakdown, an epiphany, felt lost and confused .. and ultimately got back up and began to re-find myself.
“It WILL get worse before it gets better and when better comes it’s gonna feel so damn good”.Keep up with me: Instagram/Facebook/Etsy/De La Jipi Instagram
A few months before my 21st birthday I think I had an epiphany. I kind of fell … into myself. Let me explain. I have always felt like the odd one out. Externally, I was happy and just like everyone else. Internally, I knew I was different. I pretended to enjoy the same things that […]
I’ll be honest, my mind is too scrambled to write a decent and thorough post. And for the sake of black mental health, I won’t share the video of Alton Sterling … but I had to spread more awareness and what better way then voicing this on my blog. It hurts. Literally this shit fucking […]
There’s this thing women do … specifically black women. I hate it. We live in a world where the black woman is constantly mistreated. We are unheard. Abused. Considered the low of the low. And when we speak out about the injustices that we face, we are deemed angry, aggressive, unruly and (my favorite) ghetto/ratchet […]
I still think of you.
So far during these blog interviews you guys have seen a self published author, an owner of a clothing line, the owner of a jewelry line, an online store owner and a television host. Today, I wanted to bring you guys someone a bit different. With that being said, I decided to conduct my interview […]
Fierce. Outspoken. A person that knows their rights. A person who is strong minded about the rights for people of color. Black. A woman. A black woman. I am Sandra Bland. I am a fierce, outspoken, black woman that is strong minded about the rights for people of color and knows her rights. Her story […]
Lately it seems as though our world has been in more turmoil than usual -or should I say that these horrid things are finally coming to light. I honestly don’t know where to begin. There was that one time that a police officer shot an unarmed black man. Oh wait … that happened more than […]