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Unlike certain other commercial powerhouse days, Valentine’s Day celebrates love and we definitely need a LOT more of that in this country and world! this morning, but before he left, he sneaked the artsy V-Day card (in pic above) that he’d made for me under the afghan on the bed where I was still sleeping. I machine-knitted him a Valentine heart (above pic), and will give him his favorite Godiva chocolates.

To BWE the work which bw do or what they are to their community, is not more important than the health and well-being of black women itself! Ask yourself, which other justice group even those that claim to be all about bw are willing to go as far as to say, ‘Black woman, you are now more in danger from within so our models and frameworks need to take this into account and to ensure the survival of bw we will be willing to go as far as detach her from our community-bound, and community-based models if necessary’.

True champions of bw put bw first, not behind the use and purpose of black women to their communities.

Black women are still enscribed in community and are still analyzed as beings of the black community, community agents, black community bound, their destinies and lives to be traced out only within these confines and terms.

BWE are willing to unyoke black women from ‘community’ if it will save their lives, keep them sane, prevent them from being worked to death, provide a measure of protection, ensure their resources do not become the possession of others, if it will enable them meet their dreams and goals.

have no meaning to me, but I have to say I like certain ritual days, like this day.

So does Darren, so we always do something special on Valentine’s Day.

Politics are mainly about the movement of BIG money and power and decides which powerful group is going to the lives of average people.

The least average people can do is not allow politicians any input into their significant relationships.

But, someone has to stand up in the name of black feminism and womanism against the false attacks and misinformation coming from a so-called empowerment blogger.

Black women have a long history of criticizing attacks on black women from white men, white women AND black men.

The author, known as Halima Anderson, goes into a rant on how and why black feminists and womanists have turned their backs on black women.