There is a war on my skin. And it didn’t begin with my parents’ bodies. It wasn’t ceased by a signed document. Didn’t desist when the chains fell off. Time didn’t end it, only camouflaged it. Soldiers dressed up as my fellowmen, Riding in cars (not horses) this time With flashing lights and sounds, Guns […]
Author: Felicia Washington-Forrest
Felicia Washington-Forrest is a Black woman, Black daughter, Black wife, Black mother, and a Black sister born and raised in Mississippi. She is a Registered Nurse by occupation.