“Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s the fairest of them all?”
Challenges and barriers I face to creating change are predominately attitudinal, from the community and the population of women that I am trying to help.
What is keeping you from loving yourself? What do you see when you look in the mirror? How does that differ from what others see when they look at you?
Here we go again.
I'll be giving my first presentation as an author tomorrow night, at an event put on by the Lighthouse Writers Workshop in Denver. I'm one of several panelists who have books coming out in 2010.
I hope to live my life in a way that is: 1) true to my divine existence, 2) consistent with what my ancestors wished, fought and died for, 3) in harmony with Mother Nature, 4) sustainable, 5) full of
Blogging?!? Do I really blog? I guess that I do, although I had not thought of myself as a blogger previously.
“Young Black Woman what’s your name?… It’s pride and beauty For I have no shame. I’m Young Black Woman. You know my name.” Sebek Sanyika
What excites me most about Web 2.0 is: 1) the ability to expand social impact through media, dissemination of information, training and consulting opportunities; 2) the potential to research and devel
Struggling with getting our life back together I often feel only an inch tall. I often kick myself about not doing it sooner or being smarter about everything.