Even though I shook my head in unison with Juicy’s critics for his coonery and buffoonery, it was the women that submitted videos, not the rap artist hosting the contest, whom left the biggest impression on me.
I am grateful that I had the opportunity to present my work and to have been in the presence of other brilliant women who have supported my ideas and have stayed in contact with me since.
Even though Fly Girl is one of hip hop’s less visible characters, there is something undeniably special about her and the flavor she brings to the music.
There’s very few writings that beautifully capture the need for revolutionizing the way black men and women love each other for their personal enrichment and for the betterment of our communities.
It was easy to find men during college. Then I entered the real world—a world that is only populated with my sisters in the movement, my mom and a brand new friend of mine named PicoBong.
Though stereotyped for being dependent on others, women are uplifting themselves and the world around them everyday.
Life gets really uncomfortable when you don’t have money to distract you.
The PPEW Project has been chosen for a presentation at the “Gender, Sexuality & Hip Hop Conference” hosted by Melissa Harris Perry’s Anna Julia Cooper Project and Tulane University.