“Woman to Woman”: National Pregnancy & Infant Loss Awareness Month

The only moments of joy I had over the weeks were at my OBGYN’s office. He told me everything in my pregnancy was going as it should. I’ll never forget the ultrasound where I finally saw my baby’s heartbeat. It was flickering on the screen like a little twinkling star. I left that appointment with…

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Our Sisterhood Suffers Another Silencing

All of 115-pounds, our sister would find herself in a domestic violence situation where her 6’4″, 410-pound boyfriend beat her into a coma. Her name was LaQuanta Jones. We called her “Kizzy.” Kizzy was a teenager when we first met. First impressions were not so good as I saw her as a bit of a…

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