Returning To The Innocence Of Breastfeeding

As this month celebrates International Womens Day, I will be writing articles that encourage women to break barriers and stigmas about motherhood in the 21st Century. I am currently celebrating the birth of my 5th baby Charo, and I personally feel there is nothing more rewarding to a woman than being a mother. I totally … Continue reading Returning To The Innocence Of Breastfeeding

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Black Women’s Hair: The Controversy Of Wearing Weaves And Going Blonde

Hair is the crown of a woman, it defines her. It's her beauty and glory. But for the black woman, hair is more than just hair. Its a controversial issue. It's political and highly sensitive. It brings up so many debates. Black people themselves are divided when it comes to their hair. For me, my … Continue reading Black Women’s Hair: The Controversy Of Wearing Weaves And Going Blonde

Why Black People Should Not Accept The Racism Of Coronation Street

So Coronation Street has issued an apology regarding the racist joke that was made during the bank holiday Monday episode when Eva Price said “I have more roots than Kunta Kinte,” in  a visit to the hair salon to get her roots retouched. Kunta Kinte was a character from the novel  Roots. Based on a real-life … Continue reading Why Black People Should Not Accept The Racism Of Coronation Street

5 Reasons Why The Black Man Is Still A Slave

 By Jean Gasho Having lived in the United Kingdom all my adult life, I have experienced my fair share of racism and discrimination, the worst being from the Scottish Justice System. I do not in any way undermine the suffering of the black race, especially that of the black woman. She is the most ill … Continue reading 5 Reasons Why The Black Man Is Still A Slave