Poet Raven Taylor delivers some powerful words on how to survive in the world as a Black woman.
The poem begins:
Beware of men who enjoy girls who do not love themselves/Surely they will mistake your skin for an eclipse that you are ashamed to witnessAnd it ends with:
Always remember that when you are a black girl everyday that you exist in your body without apologizing is activism.Everything in between is brilliant fire. Watch below.
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