Feb 20, 2019
#Blacklove can be a complicated, and joyful topic. I’m excited to see it moving into the mainstream cultural conversation through shows like “Black Love” on Oprah’s OWN network. Still, I think the conversation needs to be expanded to include not only heterosexual romantic relationships, but also the ways that we love ourselves and each other on a daily basis.
Today, Im talking with Bro Shack, one half of True Love Movement, to discuss what it means to love and be loved as a Black person. We do a deep-dive into the cultural history of blackness and the ways slavery has impacted our understanding of what it means to love others, but maybe more importantly, what it means to love ourselves.
Bro Shack brings a deep love for the Black community to the show, and his takes on the multi-generational blocks to self-love have a lot to offer the current cultural conversation around blackness.
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Latrice Sampson Richards is a mental and emotional wellness creative, licensed professional counselor, and certified life-enhancement coach.
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