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We Trek
We Give
We Pioneer
We Decree
We Build
We Flow
We Climb
We Connect
We Support
We Do
We Innovate
We Evolve
We Win
We Manifest
We Uplift
We Ride
We Lead
We Are
We Go
We Love
We Rise
We Glow
We Blossom
We Continue
We Remember
We Speak
We Smile
We Unite

β€œThe most disrespected person in America is the Black woman. The most unprotected person in America is the Black woman. The most neglected person in America is the Black woman.”—Malcolm X

February was difficult and I had some dreary and disheartening days, but I decided to proceed with purpose anyway. In my search for daily subjects I was reminded of some of the ugliness of the past that is mirrored in the present. I had to remember, though, to count my blessings. I needed to feel what I felt in each moment, let the moments pass, and not let any setbacks define, reprogram, nor redirect me.

I am grateful there are powerful, current-day movements of Black Women and our allies uniting to promote self-care, spiritual awareness, healing, growth, and all the groovy things that align us with having a more stable human experience. We all deserve the opportunity to thrive and attain peace, happiness, and security. I am proud to be surrounded by a community of loving women of various races and ages that are supportive, truthful, and wise.

I hope you join me beginning tomorrow for day one of Women’s History Month.

Groove on!

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