The Monolith Myth is a photo series centered around dismantling the stereotype of the single black experience by showcasing individuality and diversity within the black community.
A personal essay on Colin Kaepernick, the history of protesting, and the struggle of being a black woman proud to be an American.
Abondance on how riots are a language of their own.
An unorthodox essay on the journey to loving your blackness and unlearning white academia.
“I wanted to link fashion with messages of empowerment for black womxn. I wanted to show black womxn taking matters into their own hands and fighting for the rights of womxn everywhere.”
“Last night, she reminded you she was / Easter spring resurrected; standing right-hand to God to always Be. “
“She is black lipped / caramel pupils”
“I’ve recently had to realize that I can no longer afford to drag myself into the vortex of encroaching mood swings, accusations and lies that come along with the man I love undiagnosed mental illness at the expense of my own peace of mind.”
“…because sometimes the safest place is in front of audience, microphone, and notebook. And not with your family.”
“The eighth would be Assata, when warm tears left my eyes on a bus from Atlanta, understanding resistance…”