"Black women in most settings redefine place."
- Gregory E. Woods, Keeper of Stories
|Black woman in orange is carefully modest and bold!|
"[A] Black woman in orange is modest and bold! Colors lay boldly, or gently on dark skin. It is how gently they gauge their impact upon their public or how little they care about opinions about them that makes what they chose to wear so indescribably appealing!
Of course, I grew up with this. I can always find ways of enjoying the range. . ." - Gregory E. Woods, Keeper of Stories 3/9/18
|Orange hair, blue jeans, black heels on a sepia woman is something strong other women cannot pull off with aplomb, excellence or assurance. It is a gift the powers of Black American women. - Dawn Wolf, Keeper of Stories (12.21.16)|