Thursday, March 23, 2017


We Must Unify for Ourselves.

February 15, 2017 by  
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Tweet (ThySistas.com) The Women’s March on Washington gathered women all over this country standing in solidarity in opposition to the current president, and administration. The organizers realized that we must all take a stand against the subjugation, disenfranchisement, and inequality of women all over our land. As always black women are at the core organizing and […]

Fashion Still Needs Intelligence.

Tweet (ThySistas.com) Amongst ourselves as women we must resolve to talk to our little girls about what they saw happen January 20, 2017. We must be honest with them about what we, as women, should hold in high regard. For the past eight years our little girls had a solid example of intelligence, grace, poise and […]

#Imarched because.

January 26, 2017 by  
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Tweet (ThySistas.com) “We stand together in solidarity with our partners and children for the protection of our rights, our safety, our health, and our families – recognizing that our vibrant and diverse communities are the strength of our country.”—Women’s March on Washington On Saturday January 22, 2017 women came together from all over the world to […]

January 20, 2017 Turn the TV OFF.

January 20, 2017 by  
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Tweet (ThySistas.com) Sisters when it was time to vote we came out in large number against Donald Trump. It was not just a matter of Hillary Clinton being so much better of a candidate, but many of us agreed she was more prepared than Donald Trump. With that being said Hillary Clinton lost the election, and […]

To Michelle Obama: Thank You.

January 20, 2017 by  
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Tweet (ThySistas.com) This week marks the end of an era. The past eight years have given us a first family that is the epitome of grace, class, and power. I know that many of us are in the feels about President Obama saying farewell to the White House and trust that I am too. But along […]

5 Major Lessons of 2016.

Tweet (ThySistas.com) As the year comes to an end, I enjoy cocktails and conversations on the lessons learned throughout the year. Consider it a self-evaluation, one that requires a level of accountability over one’s growth. It is the norm in America to set New Year’s Resolution each year, the more unrealistic the better. Imagine how solid […]

Are Black Feminists Man Haters?

Tweet (ThySistas.com) The definition of Black feminism is a school of thought which argues that sexism, class oppression, gender identity and racism are inextricably bound together. The way these concepts relate to each other is called intersectionality. Feminism at its core is a movement to abolish the inequalities women face. The Combahee River Collective argued in […]

Alt Right Movement.

December 8, 2016 by  
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Tweet (ThySistas.com) The election of Donald Trump as the next president of the United States has done a lot for America, and I don’t mean that in a good way. He has brought out the ugliest, most bigoted and racist ideals that have been deep seeded for decades. Of the many disturbing things that have happened […]

Being a Young Black Woman in America 2016.

Tweet (ThySistas.com) Fight Fight Fight! As a young black woman in America it is not easy to play our role, it is no piece of cake. Women have never been equal to men in the eyes of those that carry a penis, the truth is we are just as powerful as if not more powerful than […]

Womanism vs. Feminism.

November 30, 2016 by  
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Tweet (ThySistas.com) Womanism is typically described as another form of feminism that places an emphasis on the natural contribution of women in society. The term womanism and feminism are similar but yet very different from one another. The feminist movement was a middle class movement for Caucasian women and they rarely included African American women. In […]

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