Who we are
We as black people have often been called names, treated as though we didn't belong told of our inabilities based on the view of others and ridiculed for our unique facial and body features.
These things have inadvertently been passed on for generations causing anger, frustration, hurt, and pain that has unfortunately become a reality for most of us. It is time for us to recognize who we are and move forward knowing just how beautiful we are.
I am black embraces people whose skin has been kissed by the sun with a positive self-love message.