Tag: Blacklivesmatter

Ask Basia Video Podcast 6

This week I am joined by Dr Stephanie Thompson , Reproductive Endocrinologist and Infertility specialist , keep up with her on http://www.instagram.com/dr_smthompson and Mrs Alana Avis, Cyber Security Risk Executive, follow her on http://www.instagram.com/beautybfly(see bios below). And of course you can follow your girl at… Continue Reading “Ask Basia Video Podcast 6”

Ask Basia Video Podcast 5

By Basia Alicia Powell I Can’t Breathe Part 1 Anyone who says that they don’t see color, was either born blind, or is a liar. Racism and its traits have been in existence for generations. The only way you can label yourself as “non-racist”… Continue Reading “Ask Basia Video Podcast 5”

The Complications Of Being A Black Woman

By Basia Alicia Powell I am a black woman. I have always embraced my color and race. The word black was never too strong or offensive to describe myself. I never tried to dilute my blackness by trying to disguise myself as mixed. (As… Continue Reading “The Complications Of Being A Black Woman”

Our Son Opens Up On Blacklivesmatter

By Basia Alicia Powell The racial pandemic in America, and around the world,has sparked many discussions and massive protests, resulting in some sweeping reform. My husband and I have been forced out of our comfort zone, as we engage our 16 year old black… Continue Reading “Our Son Opens Up On Blacklivesmatter”

Black Girl Magic

By Basia Alicia Powell Recognizing my beauty does not remove yours. Every color is important to the artist. You cannot create a painting without having multiple colors. Many people are now acknowledging what I always knew. BLACK IS BEAUTIFUL. Beauty comes in all sizes,… Continue Reading “Black Girl Magic”

No Such Thing As “Not Racist”

By Basia Alicia Powell “I Am Not Racist” I have accepted that for the greater part of my lifetime, there will be two types of people, “a racist” and “an anti-racist”. What is the difference. “A racist” is someone who believes in racial supremacy… Continue Reading “No Such Thing As “Not Racist””