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An Ode to Hooyo: a perspective on black motherhood

7th August 2015 By admin

Outside of my mama, who was twenty years old when she had her first child, my first encounter with motherhood was through the experience of one my closest childhood friends. A brilliant, astute, and compassionate 15 year old, who told myself and another friend that she was pregnant, in our secondary school locker room. Read more…