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Welcome to the real melting pot of the Americas!
Here are ten things you probably didn’t know about Jamaica – as told by a Jamaican.
In the corporate world, many of us are forced to ditch our natural hair, because corporate thinks our kinky locks are too naughty for regular business operations...
As a Black Caribbean woman who writes extensively on issues related to race and social equality, you can imagine my confusion when I found my articles on a KKK website...
The most dangerous weapon we carry around with us is ‘assumptions’.
A guide for the (White) mothers who asked for advice on raising their Mixed-Race children.
I was about five years old when I first started questioning why none of my dolls looked like me. This set the stage for my development as a Mixed Black female, all the way into adulthood.
I am an Afro-Caribbean woman, and you can touch my hair.