FIRST OF ALL, BEFORE ANY OTHER TALK OF FAST CHEAP ACCESSIBLE DELICIOUS FOOD SPOTS OWNED BY BLACK PEOPLE… GOLDEN KRUST. A black owned chain. And the thing that has been keeping me sane during this challenge. I’ve been KILLING this one by union square. And there’s one in midtown by Penn Station toooooo . This day…… Continue reading #buyblackfor30: cheap, to-go, and belly loving spots
landlords are still trying it. treating us like we, deadass, don’t matter. and it’s making me so angry (er). K. So when people keep trying you, this is what happens!: 1. you pretend you’re in a rap battle with them in the wee hours of the morning where you are drake and they are meek mills…… Continue reading #buyblackfor30: i wanna live in a black-owned building/it’s time to sue everyone
https://youtu.be/rX6pdqWP1fw lit. Sugar Bar NYC is lit. GO!!!! and buying black is feeling like fam. Thoughts on Sugar Bar? Thoughts on how our ideas of service and timeliness can be perpetuating white supremacy and domination?
aaaaaaaand so expensive. I identify as poor. I’m defining poor, here, as not having any freaking money lmao. Generationally. Generational poverty. Just that. Because duh I encounter abundance of infinite resources, support, and blazing love in every millisecond of every day, but on this material cream get the money dolla dolla bill level, it’s a coooonstant…… Continue reading #buyblack30: blackness is so expansive!
Day 2 I invested in the black business that is my black body. Drawing. Journaling. Womb clearing. And also another way to say I needed to buy groceries and pharmacy items (pads) but I didn’t know where I could go since i started this challenge without doing a lick of research. so I had to…… Continue reading #buyblackfor30 day 2 : research