Too Pressured to Be Carefree

By: Melcina Martin “Long Live the Carefree Black Girl” We’ve all heard the lovely expression: “Carefree black girl.”  It invokes feelings of melanated lightheartedness. We imagine beautiful smiles tied into impeccable fashion and trinkets of embellishments that make us stand out a crowd as we are parting it. These are the women of envy for […]

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