• Anonymous

Home is alone

Updated: Nov 17, 2018

Diaspora and the lack of identity. Half of my family are indigenous and the other were descended from slaves. Resilience as a Black American can define your entire experience, our resilience is how we connect.

Comfort and safety. I’m no one’s mammy or martyr. I get to just exist outside of what someone else thinks I should embody. Lately home has been alone, and that’s a wonderful new development.


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