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 […]

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. […]

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?

a thinkpiece on recovery|kendra shiloh

a thinkpiece on recovery|kendra shiloh

written on june twentieth, two thousand and eighteen. nine forty-four pm.

Passions/Problems-Where To Draw the Line|kendra shiloh

Passions/Problems-Where To Draw the Line|kendra shiloh

Throughout my life, I’ve developed quite a few passions…most of which have become occasional hobbies. And often times, I struggle answering this question for myself: “When it all too much?”. Today I’m sharing a think piece with you all, in hopes of inspiration.

three poems//black history month

three poems//black history month

Good Morning! From now until the end of February, all of my posts will be centered around Black History Month. I’m so excited for the posts I have coming up, and I can’t wait for you all to read them!! As some of you may know, I love poetry. I’m going to share three poems, […]