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Karmic energy is real. All the injustices to black women… a lot of things happening. Everything will be rectified. I believe this to be true.

“UNTIL YOU DO RIGHT BY ME, EVERYTHING YOU THINK ABOUT IS GOING TO CRUMBLE.”

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The universe will right all wrongs against black women. And it may be in ways you don’t think is right.

DO NOT GET IN THE WAY OF KARMA

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Saw this on Facebook and thought I’d share:


Black women are not superwomen. Black women are not stronger than white women. Not at all. Black women do not feel less pain than white women. Black women do not “handle stress and trials” better than white women. Retire these false and harmful stereotypes that you choose to embrace. They keep you oppressed and in bondage and you can’t even see it.


Normalize Black women who are fragile.

Normalize Black women who get confused.

Normalize Black women who burst into tears.

Normalize Black women who openly get sad.

Normalize Black women who faint.

Normalize Black women who take naps.

Normalize Black women who call in due to “mental health” concerns.

Normalize Black women being afraid to fight.

Normalize Black women who take MONTHS and YEARS to go back work after bringing life into the world.

Normalize Black women who choose never to go back to work after bringing life into the world.

Normalize Black women expecting the very best treatment in life.

Normalize Black women who say “No I can’t do that.”

Normalize Black women who don’t post struggle memes.

Normalize Black women taking care of their needs FIRST.

Normalize Black women who realize that they are goddesses, and goddesses require sacrifices and offerings.

Normalize Black women who don’t work tirelessly.

Normalize Black women who seek and find rest.


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Jasmine H. Davis, 2019

Soft Black Girl ©

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