Systemic Oppression is a major contributor to stress in the Black race. Black men and Black women suffered from slavery and the aftermath to include white privilege. Although slavery as we historically know it has been abolished, the re-engineered version of it is alive and continues to negatively affect the efforts of amassing success within the Black race.
Be careful who you love. In this sequel to Chinese Puzzle the mystery begins with a man disappearing from an elaborately sealed shipboard cabin and moves on to the fog-shrouded streets of prohibition era San Francisco where guarded sanctuaries provide no protection from a killer whose cunning and cruelty is not restrained by the shackles of sanity.
A short essay on telling Whiteness no from the perspective of a pained Black woman. Specifically about how White people talk about young people of color in the news, Trayvon Martin, Rachel Jeantal and Kiera Wilmot. Warning there is racialized language in this piece.
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