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Ask A Black Chick is Coming Back & I Want YOU to Join The Community!

Ask a Black Chick, the series that I created to give black women an opportunity and a platform to make their voices heard on real topics from real people is coming back this Spring!

Last year, I ended the series for a little while. I wanted to go on a little hiatus to regroup and reevaluate the series. Now, a few months later, I am ready to bring the series back. The series still garners hundreds of views and plenty of new questions. I can’t wait to start new conversations about love, relationships, race, politics, and current affairs.

So here’s where you come in: 

As you should know, the questions that are answered in the series are answered by a community of black women from all walks of life. The community of women that participated last season of Ask a Black Chick were amazing, vulnerable, honest, and amazing. I am eternally grateful to them for going on this initial journey with me. But, in order to continue to create a well rounded, open view of black womanhood, I think it’s important to gather different voices with each season.

If you want to be a part of the Ask a Black Chick season, fill out this form here.

In the mean time, you can recap the first season here before it’s too late.


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  4. I am so happy I came across this blog. I am a 33 year old white woman and I’ve had some negative experiences in the past asking black women about their culture. What was meant to be an honest curiosity was misconstrued into me being racist, so I’ve always shied away from possibly offending someone due to my lack of knowledge. I am excited to be able to ask questions in a neutral and welcoming environment.


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