Author Archives: visAbleblackwoman

About visAbleblackwoman

Making Black Women’s stories visible to preserve our legacies .

My personal Experience of doing a 30 day Supported Juice Cleanse

A few facts about me. I’m a certified Health Coach and Vegan Chef (retired). But my love of food remains and cooking just for me brings me a tremendous amount of joy. I was vegetarian/vegan for about 18 years and … Continue reading

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Worth it

I am on tour. The photo above is of me in my hotel room. I’m working in Colorado later this week so I came out early got a hotel for two days and am doing my writing from here. I … Continue reading

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Radical expression

I love my regular asana practice. Asana are the physical poses of yoga. Many people don’t realize that yoga is much more than the physical practice. There are, depending on the practice 7 to 9 limbs of yoga which includes … Continue reading

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I am not your social justice Mammy.

  About 4 years ago, after an experience at a training I was assisting a former liberal white female friend who was leading a training (where I was one of perhaps 3 Black Women out of the hundreds of women … Continue reading

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Be the friend who is actually there. Suicide is grounded in a feeling of isolation. We live in a society where the cowardice of social grace is the norm. Our culture celebrates the illusion of happiness and avoids reality by … Continue reading

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Don’t Follow Black Women…Nourish Us. Please.

The phrase “follow Black Women” should be modified to “Nourish Black Women”. Continue reading

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Black Women in Service? Well first…

I am a single child free single woman, I live in NY city and there are days where the only men who speak to me…are asking me for money. Continue reading

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