Can we say deep… This whole week, my main discussion has been about how I don’t feel a connection to my country (United States of America). As an African American woman, I am proud to […]
This week’s artist of the moment is the rebel queen and one of reggae’s top bad gyals, Tanya Stephens.
I truly don’t know what it is about this character (actually I do know what it is), but I gravitated towards Dana from the first time I seen a picture of her. I believe the reason why I gravitated to her was because she reminded me of me. Her style and personality somewhat reflects mine.
When I was younger and beginning my teen phase, I was that black girl who didn’t talk or act black according to my black peers. I dressed like a punk rocker or goth (there’s clearly a difference between the Punk and Goth culture), enjoyed anime, was somewhat of a demagogue who had a very witty and sarcastic personality (still do), and was a lover of rock music. This depiction of a black girl was a taboo during my era. I wasn’t allowed to exist in the world according to society, yet I did.
Last week Lady M left you with this clue. Now the A-UNO agents are going to break it down her location for you.