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Black Womxn

Welcome to a page dedicated to CounterCulture Network users! I’m so excited to be partnering with such an amazing organisation striving to support Black Womxn in their working life experiences.

You will find information on this page that has been tailored to your needs. Our experiences as black womxn are unique and deserves nuanced attention. I hope you enjoy all the content I’ll be sharing with you and look forward to interacting with you,

Featured articles

What if God is a black woman?

This article discusses Christianity’s relationship with racism and challenging who could be argued as truly being God.

Doubt the Self-Doubt

Most of us will experience self-doubt at some point in our lives. It’s what we do with it, how we cope with it, that means the difference between struggling chronically and letting it go fairly quickly. This articles suggests an approach for setting boundaries after difficult experiences.

Do mentors really make a difference?

We hear the word mentorship flying around all the time, but how can having a quality mentor truly impact the career trajectory of a black woman? This articles talks about the important roles of mentors for black womxn.


There is a kind of strength that is almost frightening in black women. It’s as if a steel rod runs right through the head down to the feet.

Maya Angelou


Let’s learn together.