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Hi, I’m Leah (she/her/hers)! I am 21 years old from Portland, Oregon and I’m studying Ethnic Studies.
I wanted to create this digital community because Black women and femmes are never given the space to talk about topics such as feminism, pop culture, dating culture, etc. This holds especially true for Black womxn in our early 20s so Blk Womxn’s Collective was born, a space for every Black woman and femme, voiced by Gen Z.
favorite tv show: Westworld, Insecure, RHOBH, and Grace and Frankie
favorite author: Brittany Cooper and Audre Lorde
favorite genre: neo-soul, alternative r&b, megan thee stallion, and beyonce
turn ons: sarcasm and ability to banter
turn offs: no conversations skills and ego
Hi, my name is Meghan (she, her, hers). I am a twenty year old college student from Los Angeles doing coursework about critical race and environmental justice.
Through my own self-growth and understanding of my identities, especially being a Black woman, I’ve longed to find and be a part of a community of young Black womxn to relate to, learn from, and grow with. The longing of this community is one of the guidning reasons to the creation of the Black Womxn’s collective. Being a part of the Blk Womxn’s Collective is a way for me to engage in a healing and restorative space created by and for all Black womxn. This community and space is meant to foster healing through learning about ourselves from texts that were made for us, Black womxn.
Book Reviews + TV + Movies
Book Reviews + TV + Op-Eds
Readers + Book Reviews + Op Eds
Hi, I’m Khiely (she/her) and I am from the Bay Area. I am an Ethnic Studies student (Santa Clara University B.A, and San Francisco State M.A.) who is passionate about historical memory, anti-racism, and social justice revolutions.
Creating community and sisterhood among Black women is something I believe to be invaluable, especially as we often move through predominately white spaces that can leave us in isolation. I want to be a part of the Blk Womxn’s Collective because I believe the mission to amplify and center Black women’s voices creates a space for us to find connections -connections that can foster validation, inspiration, and growth.
favorite tv show: New Girl
favorite author: Saidiya Hartman, Toni Morrison, Nikki Giovanni favorite genre: r&b/soul, folk
turn ons: vulnerability, introverts.
turn offs: white fragility, arrogance
Poetry + Op-Eds
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