African Literature

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Black hair as a veil into the African woman’s soul 

African Rapunzel


How black mothers grieve, they chew their tongues, they heal in silence. 

The mother who chewed her tongue Pt1

The mother who chewed her tongue Pt2


The construct of black families. Some blessed. Others not. Perhaps cursed instead. Though they splinter from one trunk, born of the same seed… they branch out differently.

The cousin you never call Pt1 

Defense(s)less The cousin you never call Pt2

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