International Women’s Day, March 8th

March 8th is International Women’s Day (IWD). IWD was nationally recognized and celebrated in 1901 as a day to highlight the internal and external struggles of working-class women as well as to promote women’s suffrage (voting rights). On this day of international recognition, women of all backgrounds to come together and share one voice and... Continue Reading →

BLACK HISTORY, ALWAYS

This past year has been extremely difficult for everyone in the world. Feelings of hopelessness, anxiety, and fear of many things. For the African American community, these feelings were added and experienced harder than ever. Repeated acts of police brutality and violence against Black people have ignited mass demonstrations across the country along with raising... Continue Reading →

COVID-19 …What to do…

While it appears many folks are willing to talk about COVID-19 with authority, the experts in the field say we still don't know a lot about it. We are encouraged to put space between ourselves and others. I've never actually been quarantined, either self induced or by orders from someone else, with the exception of... Continue Reading →

Self-Harm and Eating Disorders

TW: Self-harm, eating disorders As temperatures drop lower, the rate by which one begins piling on warm cozy clothes gets higher. Long sleeves, layers, sweaters, comfy pants, you will see people wearing these items of clothing wherever you go. It’s pretty much all stores even sell at this time of year! You probably have your... Continue Reading →

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