Clarissa Hamlin, Contributor

Author Archive: Clarissa Hamlin, Contributor

Since graduating from Syracuse University in 2009, Clarissa Hamlin’s has been on a mission to inspire and empower the world through her writing. She was formerly a reporter for the Valley Stream Herald and Lynbrook/East Rockaway Herald in Long Island, NY. She later went on to become a contributing writer for UPTOWN and GALO (Global Arts Laid Out) Magazines. Clarissa feels grateful to God for her new gig as a contributing columnist for Afrikan Goddess Magazine. She hope to direct her energy towards impassioned articles about the stories and stellar paragons that are African women. She joins Afrikan Goddess in "celebrating the beauty, grace and radiance” of women everywhere, especially women of African descent.

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How Women Can Empower Their Relationships

How Women Can Empower Their Relationships

Nations once fought fierce battles in the name of something: peace, freedom, or religious tolerance. Wars were power struggles with passionate crusaders on both sides; relationships feel like that at times. For many couples, discussing relationship roles may cause conflict. Some men still hold firmly to the idea of being breadwinners, refusing to embrace women […]

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Get ‘Soul Food’ Happy in February

Get ‘Soul Food’ Happy in February

Since slavery, many African Americans have bonded over breaking bread. Plantations were wells of creativity, where slaves created hearty meals, exchanged recipes, and taught one another about survival through feeding the soul. Even with little much of nothing, they secretly whipped up sustainable foods like fufu with vegetables and yams. Having expressed their frustrations and […]

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