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Abigail Padgett
The way black women say girl can be magical. Frankly, I have no solid beliefs about the survival of consciousness after physical death. But if it's going to happen I know what I want to see after my trek toward the light. I want to see a black woman who will smile and say, Girl....
Audre Lorde
Some problems we share as women, some we do not. You hear your children will grow up to join the patriarchy and testify against you, we fear our children will be dragged from a car and shot down in the street, and you will turn your backs upon the reasons they are dying.
Janet Mock
My grandmother and my two aunts were an exhibition in resilience and resourcefulness and black womanhood. They rarely talked about the unfairness of the world with the words that I use now with my social justice friends, words like intersectionality and equality, oppression, and discrimination. They didn't discuss those things because they were too busy living it, navigating it, surviving it.
Luffina Lourduraj
You have a color of your own- Dark chocolate,You have a culture your own- Hip pop,You have a revival of your own- Harlem Renaissance,You are the spot on a ladybug that adds its beauty,You are the pupil of an eye,You are the vastness of space,You are the richness of soil,You are the sweetness of dark chocolate,You are the mystery in nature,Blessed Black chocolate, God has made You to rule the Land, that made You a slave.
Malebo Sephodi
The voice of a Black woman should always be HERSELF ...No edits - no erasure - no pressure - no expectations - no additions - no intruders
Malebo Sephodi
Look within - there is no end!
Malebo Sephodi
I am art. I am authentic. I am love. I am me.
Maxine Leeds Craig
When and where there is repression, what a woman does when she gets dressed in the morning may be considered political. Wearing or not wearing a veil, disobeying laws that prohibit transgender dressing, or wearing a large Afro in an institution that seeks to diminish the formation of racial alliances are all actions that can serve as challenges to domination
Stephanie Lahart
I'm a Black woman. Empowered, powerful, and greatness.
Stephanie Lahart
If you sincerely want to be successful in life, all you need is one person to believe in you, and that one person should be YOU. As long as you genuinely believe in yourself, you can and will be a success. Your mindset is a powerful force! What you think and how you think will be the ultimate factor of your journey's end.
Stephanie Lahart
Melanin Fiercely Poppin' on Purpose.
Stephanie Lahart
Black Girls… Until you get enough of what you're going through, no matter what advice a person gives you, you'll continue to go through the same thing. Constant arguing. Constant fighting. Constant lies. Constant disappointments. Constant emotional rollercoaster. Constant heartbreak. Constant headaches. Constant threats. Constantly fighting for his attention and love. Constantly looking through his phone. Constantly sneaking through his personal belongings. Constantly arguing and/or fighting with other women over who's supposed to be YOUR mate. Secretly checking up on him due to a lack of trust. Listen, NOBODY is worth your inner peace! What I've listed above is NOT a relationship. It's a toxic mess. So, what are you going to do?
Stephanie Lahart
Black Moms create magic, so that makes me magical.
Stephanie Lahart
Black Girls… Stop settling for less than what you deserve. That's why I stress self-love! There comes a time when you can no longer blame a man. You've got to hold yourself accountable for the choices that you make. Choose wisely! Slow down. Pay attention. Don't allow his good looks and swag to blind you from the truth. Don't be so easily flattered by money, cars, jewelry, and all of that other stuff. Your heart and well-being is worth much more than that. Choose someone who respects, loves, and adores you. Somebody who has your best interest at heart. Nothing less! Allow yourself to experience REAL love. Stop giving your love, time, and attention to men who clearly don't deserve it. #ItsAllUpToYou
Stephanie Lahart
Most females are dissatisfied with how they look and battle with countless insecurities, not realizing that you look most beautiful when you think you don't. I wish that women and girls all over the world knew just how uniquely beautiful that we ALL are. Loving yourself for who YOU are is empowering! There's great freedom in being unbothered by other people's opinion of you.
Stephanie Lahart
She's an original! She doesn't need to compete, copy, or envy other women. The confidence that's within her won't allow her to stoop that low. She's a Queen! And jealousy isn't something that she cares to entertain. Insecurity isn't in her DNA. She shines! She succeeds! She's a quality woman with purpose! She empowers, inspires, motivates, and celebrates other women. But depending on how you feel about yourself, you'll either admire and respect her or hate on her. Listen, it's okay to acknowledge other Queens! Don't be an undercover hater. Have self-confidence and allow YOUR light to shine.
Stephanie Lahart
I am Stephanie Lahart! An intelligent, empowered, and confident Black Queen. Purposely Fearless!