Five Gifs & Memes for and by Afro-Latinas – Jenay Wright

If you are always on social media, you know Gifs and Memes are life. They get our day started and keep our insomnia entertained at night. To be honest without them will some social media sites even be useful. I mean they take up the majority of our scrolling time. The point is they are powerful…

Heal First, Create Second

  When I started this blog years ago, it was my everything, my baby and my vision. I spent hours scrolling through social media staying up to date on Afro-Latinx trends and raising awareness. This platform has truly helped me become a stronger and better woman and proud Black woman. I didn’t feel the need…

Respect the Black Woman, Respect the Experience – Jenay Wright

By: Jenay Wright – “The most disrespected person in America is the black woman. The most unprotected person in America is the black woman. The most neglected person in America is the black woman.” Malcolm X I want to be clear and very transparent that what Black women in America went through is something that can…

Exploring Afro-Latindad with Jenay Wright By: Jahëna Louisin

Jahena Louisin reached out to interview me about my heritage and my identity. I was honored and excited we shared the same aspiration of sharing narratives of African descendants. Born in France and being of Haitian and Reunion Island descent her goal is to build bridges between the African diasporas and the continent, but also between diasporas…

Meet Kathryn Allison: An Afro-Latina Actress in Aladdin the Musical

By: Jenay Wright – Kathryn Allison, multitalented Broadway Singer, and Actor, ensembles in Aladdin in the Broadway musical, who plays the fortune teller. Recollecting her fondest childhood memories of her Cuban roots in an Instagram video, celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month caught my eye.  Her passion and drive as she states connect back to her Cuban…

Meet LuzCelenia: A Self-Taught Afro-Latina Home Baker

  By Jenay Wright – LuzCelenia Arce is a self- taught home baker who embraces her Afro-Latinidad roots. Growing up with two blended rich cultures, she is of Puerto Rican and Belizean roots. Her heritage heavily influenced her home baking services titled ” Ricas Goodies” which serves the Washington D.C and Metro Area  ( DMV). …