“Each time a woman stands up for herself, without knowing it possibly, without claiming it, she stands up for all women.” Maya Angelou

sis·ter
ˈsistər/
noun
plural noun: sisters
a woman or girl in relation to other daughters and sons of her parents.
a sister-in-law.
a close female friend or associate, especially a female fellow member of a labor union or other organization.
a member of a religious order or congregation of women.
a fellow woman seen in relation to feminist issues.
INFORMALNORTH AMERICAN
a black woman (chiefly used as a term of address by other black people).
a thing, especially an organization, that bears a relationship to another of common origin or allegiance or mutual association.

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Tami Warren is the writer and creator of Namaste Negro. She lives life with daily doses of humor in Denver, Colorado. Tami earned a B.A. in Sociology, from the University of Colorado. Tami keeps it high, in the Mile High City. Humor is healthy, so cachinnate. Compassion and comedy are not required, but they are extremely helpful. We are all connected on this planet. So, we may as well greet each other and say, Namaste. Hate is heavy, be light.

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