Who am I?

From my first day of college, I saw things, experienced things, and faced things that molded me to be stronger.  But still, I questioned who I was. 

While putting together a fashion sketch portfolio, I came across a poem I wrote in 2014 titled, Who Am I? I asked myself—who am I. Clearly, I didn’t seem to know. 

But I realized I wasn’t the only person with that question. And thus, the journey begins.

I AM THE BLACK WOMAN is a collection of twenty-six short stories, proses, and poems designed to empower, enlighten, and elevate the black girl.

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