Posts tagged Black sisterhood
Will We Finally Get Our Darkskin Representation With Asian Doll As The New "It" Girl?

Outspoken and undeniably authentic, Asian Doll is quickly solidifying herself in the rap game. Signed to Gucci Mane’s label, 1017 Records, Asian Doll very well could be hip-hop’s next “It” girl, finally giving us melanated sisters the darkskin representation we’ve been waiting on since the 90s. However, with the immense challenges to face, like colorism in the hip-hop industry and its longtime practice of only having one popular female rapper at a time, does Asian Doll have what it takes to climb the charts and dominate the industry?

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Women Rap Groups Are The Best Thing Since Sliced Bread

No matter what era; from the late-80s, when rapstresses Salt-N-Pepa showed the fellas how to "Push It," to the late-2010s, when artists City Girls remind us to never have time for a broke dude, women rap groups will never lose the power to help us have fun -- and flex our BDE while doing it.

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The #Homegirl Cypher: Tola L. and Gyrl Wonder

In a world where the needs and potential of the girl (especially those of color) are often overlooked, Gyrl Wonder provides mentorship and resources to these girls, so that they can realize their full capacity. I was given the chance to sit down with the organization's founder and creative driving factor, Tola L., for a Q&A session. Here is what she had to say.

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Girls Trip: An Analysis of the Women Who Redefined Sisterhood & Solidarity

Okay, sue me! I just watched Girls Trip for the first time a few days ago. Now I know I’m late but this movie was a phenomenal representation of the power within Black women friendships. Strength, hardships, solidarity and so much love comes from forming meaningful bonds with other women, and it was so warming to see that exemplified throughout this entire film.

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