I’ve been wanting to cut my hair. I’m not too sure if every naturalista goes through this, but I have periods of loving my thick, koily hair (usually when I blow it out) to absolutely hating and dreading it because of the maintenance it takes to keep it healthy… all the trimming, the deep conditioning,… Continue reading Natural Hair She-ro~~Tanisha Long
I’ve been listening to this on and off for the past couple of days and can honestly say I LOVE this performance by Nina Simone. And while, Jill Scott, Marsha Ambrosius, Ledisi and Kelly Price rocked it on Black Girls Rock, the original is clearly the best—they would’ve made Nina Simone very proud. 🙂 You… Continue reading Nina Simone~~Four Women
I’m pretty sure about half of the Black women in America have seen Tyler Perry‘s rendition of the 1975 play “For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow Is Enuf,” by Ntozake Shange to movie. I LOVED the movie! It was artistic, creative and highlighted some of the negative things that affects a Black… Continue reading For Colored Girls~~Is Hollywood’s Depiction of Black Men Correct?
I’m going to upset a lot of people in this post, but I really had to get this out. There are going to be some things that I write that will hurt but most probably piss off some die-hard fans of Beyonce, Rhianna and others. And, before I continue, I’d like to say I’m sorry… Continue reading Black Girls Rock Awards~~ Jill Scott, Ledisi, Monica… No Beyonce?