Poem: Black Woman

They call me black woman; No monograph, just black woman! Colored into a system Colored into a stereotype No depictions of my strength and worth Just black woman A name they estimate narrates who I am No permission, no consent from me about who I am or what I want to be known as Just... Continue Reading →


She was so poor that as a child, she often wore dresses made of potato sacks. At age 17, she won the Miss Black Tennessee beauty pageant. Now she is the only Black billionaire in North America.Turning 60 today,¬†Oprah Winfrey!Oprah Winfrey has been ranked the richest African-American of the 20th century and the greatest black... Continue Reading →

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