Brutalization of Black Girls

The recent incident that occured in McKinney, Texas with the Black youth at a neighborhood pool party left me completely numb an outraged after seeing the video. Witnessing how a white male police officer responded to those children and manhandled a 15 year old Black girl was so upsetting. His actions were deplorable an unacceptable!

To angered to write about it at the time, I came across this article today which is articulated so well and spoke to my heart, I had to share. This author expressed my feelings, please read, share and comment.

Brutalization of Black Girls.

We must come together and stand up for and protect our young girls of color!

Peace and Love.
#BWSU Family

#BlackWomenStandUp for Teen Girls

Our beautiful young Goddesses are our future, and it is up to us to nurture and equip them with the proper tools needed to transition into womanhood. We must continue to take interest in and uplift our little Sistas, instilling in them a sense of pride and self-worth.

Here at #BlackWomenStandUp we will be working with our young Goddesses in a variety of ways, and we are counting on OUR #BWSU Community to do the same.

Meet Naviya Lee, our new Intern here at #BWSU.

#BWSU Intern
#BWSU Intern

Naviya is starting her Junior year in highschool next week, she is an aspiring Writer who enjoys writing short stories and poetry. We will be featuring one of Naviya’s poems later today for our #WednesdayWords.

Peace and Love.
BWSU Family