Dr. Stephanie Evans of Clark Atlanta University undertook a herculean effort: to compile a list of books by, for, and about Black women that are based within women's studies and/or those that fall within the women's studies knowledge tree. Read this post to learn how #CiteASista is connected to this project, and for a direct link to the Black Women's Studies Booklist she developed.
Yesterday was Valentine's Day. If you're like most of us on Team CiteASista you were too busy working or writing or parenting or some combination to make things happen in full force. But that's what weekends are for and we've got a sure hit to get yours popping. Team #CiteASista's fave and fellow Metro ATL … Continue reading Ciara’s #GreatestLove: Our Valentines Day Weekend & Summer Bop
Let our society tell it, Black women have never had an impact on history. Black women have no stories to tell. Black women’s roles are to support - but never overshadow - their husbands, sons, brothers and white counterparts. History tends to leave Black women’s stories untold or flatten their stories into a bite-sized, one-dimensional … Continue reading Books about Black Women to Add to Your Black History Reading List
It's no secret in my friend circles that I was the last one to start having sex of any kind. I squandered my would be heaux years because of raggedy ass purity culture, never exploring myself as a sexual person, ashamed of any and all desire to know another person beyond a kiss or nipple … Continue reading Developing a Healthy Sexual Ethic
2019 is well underway! If you’re like me, you look forward to the new year. After the rest and relaxation that comes with the holidays, the new year provides the opportunity for renewal. With that comes the time to make resolutions. You either want to begin a new habit, set a new goal or finally … Continue reading New Year, New Me: Reflections on My Resolutions