Graduation Post Part 2

Summer before my sophomore year of college, I met a boy from California. Being that I was from Maryland, he instantly became my rival. 👊🏾💢 There was never a day we wouldn’t compete against one another. Then eventually we stopped competing and became a team, complimenting each other. (Sept. 27, 2014 😍)

May 7th is by far the best moment I could share with you. Yet, it’s bitter sweet cause now we are going back to our respective homes. 😭

But I can confidently say that distance will not hold us a part. I look forward to the day when the team is back together again. I love you, Bran.

From Kamesha, 

Your Best friend and girlfriend for life 😘😍 

IG: bigmeesh21, brandonmdaniel

Bennett College Alumna

I can’t believe I am now a graduate of Bennett College for Women, or any college at that.
Though everyone’s experiences are different, the last five years have really kicked my ass.
I’ve learned so much not only academically, but about myself and the life that I am continuously shaping.
Few have the opportunity to experience The Oasis - Bennett College for Women.

My institution is one of two HBCU, all female colleges in the U.S.
Based on my diverse upbringing I was weary of entering and HBCU, and though things were far from perfect (very far that shit was hell) I would choose dear ole Bennett each and every time.
My institution has shaped me into a beautiful, strong, intelligent, slightly feminist (ha), PROUD BLACK WOMAN. - emphasis on proud black woman-

I emphasize, as I was first to complain about the “antics” of those around me and complain about unique traditions that were required of me. Those traditions introduced me to sisterhood. A sisterhood that will follow me the rest of my life.
I love my Bennett sisters. I love my Alma Mater.

I am an extremely intelligent black woman, with a fresh degree - all signs point success !


This argument is pointless. The colonized mind will do whatever it has to do to be around white people and white spaces. Wanton negroes love valuing white people and white things over black people and black things. We’re begging to be in these places, to get spat on when we get there.