Authors Posts by Tahirah Lawrence

Tahirah Lawrence

Tahirah Lawrence
I recently relocated to Georgia with my family from New Jersey. I am currently pursing my lifelong passion of writing.

Daddy’s Girl: How I Made Peace with the Death of My Father

death of a parent
I awoke that morning still annoyed. My husband Tony and I argued terribly the night before. About something silly, as most arguments are. At the time I was a stay at home Mom to our two children, ages 12 and 18 months old. My husband wasn't due...


Why I Started Nia Magazine

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Why America Must Pass the Chalk to Black Women

This singular moment in Hidden Figures sums up how the US should interact with Black women. During a highly classified government meeting, a group consisting...


Poetry: “Meta Love” by Jasmyne K. Rogers

Meta Love by Jasmyne K. Rogers I met love when my journey with puberty had reached its peak it came disguised as the complex simplicities embedded in the companionship...

The Journey: Killing My Own Vibe For the Better

“Push your glasses up off your nose, Grandma!” she said, “Your nose is too small for them big framed glasses.” Her raggedy opinion didn’t matter....

Don’t Bring Your Pity to My Party

Being well over thirty, childless and single with no prospects on the horizon has caused others to look at me with such sadness in...