A Collection of Work from NGP’s Womens Caucus|kendra shiloh

A Collection of Work from NGP’s Womens Caucus|kendra shiloh

Happy Women’s History Month!! This post is a very special one, it includes some of my beautiful friends from NextGen Poll’s Womens Caucus! I don’t want to write an extensive intro, as the works below and beautiful in themselves and deserve the spotlight. At the end of the post you’ll find a short bio on […]

“A Path Far Traveled” poem and explanation by kendra shiloh

“A Path Far Traveled” poem and explanation by kendra shiloh

How far should you run from your problems?Should you chase them out to sea to drown, then watch in awe as they wash up along shore?Or perhaps gather lumber to start a fire and burn your fears instead?Maybe the answer lies at the top of a mountain;a year-long trek simply for the breath of a […]

Self-Care: How Much is Too Much?|kendra shiloh

Self-Care: How Much is Too Much?|kendra shiloh

I’m all for self-care…the numerous articles I have about it are a clear indication of that. However,  through my unhealthy obsession with social media, I’ve watched the self-care “movement”, if you will, take a dark turn. If you followed all of the self-care mantras and rule books out there, we wouldn’t accomplish anything. The question […]

2018 Recap!! |kendra shiloh

2018 Recap!! |kendra shiloh

Hi everyone!!! In 2018 we accomplished SO MUCH!!! I’m beyond grateful for all of the experiences and opportunities I’ve been given because of all of you. Here’s a recap of the year… 6 CONTINENTS 52 COUNTRIES 1,073 VIEWS February: “Blatant Lull’ was published on the Youth National Organization for Women-Long Island Branch’s website! June: Article published […]

opening the floor: a conversation on colorism with Modern Day Esther|kendra shiloh

opening the floor: a conversation on colorism with Modern Day Esther|kendra shiloh

Hi everyone! Today I wanted to talk about an important topic that needs more attention: colorism. Colorism has been shown time and time again in the fashion and beauty world, and it needs to change. We all should use our voices for good, to spread awareness about pressing topics that affect the world around us. […]

MAKE MUSE magazine review|kendra shiloh

MAKE MUSE magazine review|kendra shiloh

Hi everyone! I’ve been super excited to share this post with you all, it’s been a few weeks in the making!! The creators over at Make Muse just launched their FIRST EVER print magazine, and I’m so excited to share it with all of you.

facing adversity|kendra shiloh

facing adversity|kendra shiloh

In an era of social justice warriors and constant policing of the internet, we tend to get caught up in making sure everyone else is doing the right thing. But where do we leave room for personal growth and confronting our own faults?