by James Horton on December 1 As the story has been told, sixty-one years ago today, a Thursday, Rosa Parks, a tailor’s assistant at the Montgomery department store, left work in the late, cold evening, to catch the bus home. Sore and tired, Parks boarded and took an aisle seat, in the row immediately behind…

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African American woman staring into the distance

By Mo Groves Decolonize (de·col·o·nize) – To Free from Colonial Status. To allow to become self-governing or independent. As Black women we live in a world where white reigns. There are countless instances where we perpetuate and value European colonial ideals because unbeknownst to us; we have been beaten with messages of self-hate. In growing…

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