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The thoughts of a Black, Queer, Baptist raised, Islam converted, practicing neither, Womanist and her friends!

One cannot proclaim to love Black people and be anti-queer; those two beliefs cannot coexist.

“If I love you, I have to make you conscious of the things that you do not see.” – James Baldwin

Categories:

Life: Addresses and reflects on issues impacting the Black? community in regards to race, politics, current news, cultural happenings, etc. This section also provides guidance on how to become involved, or partner with individuals doing the work.

Music: The latest updates on happenings in the music industry. Such as notable and must listen to tracks and reviews on albums that have recently hit the airwaves.

Mastering Life?: An open diary that covers stories of self-discovery and adventure. Notes of the journey to mastering this experience we call life.

Staying in Love?: Sheds light on love and the nuances, and what it means to discover true partnership and intimacy. This page shares gems learned along the way, but more importantly it focuses on the journey of self-love that is required to attain the love our heart desires.

Fun(4)DaMental: Dedicated to providing book lovers in-depth reviews, recommendations and ratings of both current and past reads.

Know that this website is ours, and your insight and support are greatly valued.

As always, LOVE AND HUG MORE! – Ms. Malcolm Hughes


 

Ms. Malcolm Hughes is the editor-in-chief of For Your Black? Conscious. She is a Chicago, IL native–from the city, not the suburbs–strategizing in Washington, D.C. She strives every day not to disappoint or defer the dreams of her 13 year old self. Because at that age, more than any other, she just wanted to see her people win. You can find her on Facebook, Instagram, & Twitter @msmalcolmhughes_psa.

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2 comments

  1. Hi…I just read your article about the Black American experience abroad. I had a few questions I wanted to ask (if you wouldn’t mind, can you reply via email):

    1. I’m interested to traveling to S. Korea to teach abroad, but I have some concerns. As a social blogger I felt you might be able to shine some light on them.
    2. Were there any issues that have occurred being a black woman in a racially homogeneous country?

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