Tag: Out of the Mouths of Babes

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: Out of the Mouths of Babes Series

The Out of the Mouths of Babes series of posts is intended to serve as a place where real women of color can talk truth about female life with passion, wisdom, honesty, and insight. Submissions of articles, think pieces, interviews, essays, poems, stories, and even videos to this series are more than welcome. They just need to … Continue reading CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: Out of the Mouths of Babes Series

Babe Alert: Eris Eady

I first met this amazing young woman when she was in high school. She might've been a junior. She was already busting people's heads in poetry slams all over the city of Cleveland, though. Her poetry was so breathtakingly real, I was either laughing, crying, or hallowing whenever I heard her. Eris's gift was - … Continue reading Babe Alert: Eris Eady

Babe Alert: Deep Roots Jessica

Last year, I wrote a post in which I debated whether I should call myself a “feminist” or come up with a different name for the woman-centered views that I hold and work I aspire to do (to help to internally build up black women and other women of color). It probably seemed random to the followers that … Continue reading Babe Alert: Deep Roots Jessica

Babe Alert: Michelle R. Smith

As the originator and editor of this site, I felt it would only be right if I put myself through my own paces and disclosed some of the things about me that I am going to ask my future interviewees to expose about themselves. I also think it's important to let you--the readers--know who I … Continue reading Babe Alert: Michelle R. Smith

Introducing: The Out of the Mouths of Babes Series

Last June, I launched a second blog - Out of the Mouths of Babes - that I devoted exclusively to women of color, to serve as a "place [they can] talk truth about female life with passion, wisdom, honesty, & insight." I was really excited by the concept, and I really wanted to do amazing things with … Continue reading Introducing: The Out of the Mouths of Babes Series