As a black woman you have to find confidence. You are born a golden queen full of descendants of royalty.. although, you are treated with quality of bare minimum. You have to find confidence in your complexion, seek for perfection in your extra ounce of melanin. You have to find confidence in your kinky 4c curls.
As a black woman you have to find confidence. You have to love and nourish your roots as well as your next generation in order for them to have confidence. You have to find confidence in that “ghetto” name your mother and aunts gave you.
As a black woman you have to find confidence within to stand out, stand out not only with your radiating beauty but your brilliance stored in your min. As a black woman YOU WILL find confidence, confidence that humbles you enough to be remain powerful. Because as a black woman you wear confidence all throughout you.
Note from editors
Welcome to the online edition of Frostburg State University's Bittersweet Arts Magazine. Every day our students, faculty, and staff strive to make the world a little brighter through music, writing, painting, performing, and a myriad of other forms of expression. It is our hope that this edition captures the beauty that lives on Frostburg State University's campus.
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