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Category Archive: Artistic Moment, Black Love, Inspiration, Lifted Thoughts

Did you know?

Artist Charles Alston founded the “306 Group”, a club that provided support and apprenticeship for African-American artists during the 1940s. It served as a studio space for prominent...

5 Love Songs of the Week

Hey loves, here are my song choices for Black Love Feb week: 1. Nobody’s Business- Rihannna Feat. Chris Brown 2. Next Breath- Tank 3. Betcha By Golly Wow- The Stylistics 4. Saving All My Love-...

Involuntary Love Part One

Pardon My Audacity presents the special short story from Black Love February: Involuntary Love. Bump or Dump to keep the story going. We hope you enjoy. He jogged in the Stone Mountain Park and his...

Sex and Your City!

This article was first published on Examiner.com on my relationship column I often wonder about the men and women who offer sex to cover up the heartache they have from previous lovers and ask...

Quote of the Day: Maya Angelou

Bringing the gifts that my ancestors gave, I am the dream and the hope of the slave. I rise I rise I rise.- Maya Angelou (1928-) “Still I Rise,” And still I rise (1978)

Did You Know?

Jazz, an African–American musical form born out of the Blues, Ragtime, and marching bands originated in Louisiana during the turn of the 19th century. The word Jazz is a slang term that at one...

Princess Jasmine by Jasmine Jackson

The first poem is by the Editor-in-Chief, Jasmine Jackson. Be sure to comment and share and enjoy black love. All poems on the site is copyrighted so do not take anyone’s original work....

Quote of the Day

  Racism is not an excuse to not do the best you can. – Arthur Ashe (1943-93) Sports Illustrated, July 91