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Health First
Dear Society, As I enter the new year, I find myself with a newfound priority of health as I'm sure…
Creative Outlet of Writing
Dear Society, As I continue to use my voice within my creative outlet of writing, I see the soothing importance…
Self-Belief
Dear Society, As a person with many goals and aspirations, I’ve recently found that the only thing I truly need…
Affirmation & Motivation
Dear Society, As someone who is typically self-motivated, I find it troubling how unmotivated I have been lately. This overcasts…
Temporary
Dear Society, As I’ve been experiencing life experiences, I’ve noticed the emotions that come alongside. Whether good or bad, I…
Confidence & Esteem
Dear Society, As a black women in today’s society, I find myself, sometimes more than often, struggling with my self…
Gun Violence
Dear Society, As we become numb to the gun violence around us each day, our country is suffering from a…
The bodies of women
Dear Society, We have found yet another way to divide us. The debate on women’s healthcare is far from new.…
Living in the Moment
Dear Society, As this roller coaster of life continues to take a toll, I am learning to enjoy each and…
Black Ladies
Dear Society, As Black women are getting accustomed to our position in this societal playing field, we have developed an…
Love for Black History
Dear Society, With the spirit of love and history in the air, I now take the time to acknowledge my…
Goals
Dear Society, As I fall into the healthy habit of setting goals for the new year, I find myself curious…
Adulting
Dear Society, As a young black female who is currently adulting, I find that society places an unmeasurable amount of…
Self Love
Dear Society, The necessity to feel loved is what drives humanity. Every action we take is unknowingly tied to our…
Renaissance of Black Women
Dear Society, As the dust begins to settle from the past couple of years, I am noticing the opportunity that…
Recognized Independence
Dear Society, As the majority celebrates the independence of our country, I find myself recognizing my independence separate from the…
Tulsa
Dear Society, This year marked the hundredth year anniversary of one of the darkest tragedies of black history. What’s even…
Happiness
Dear Society, The everlasting journey to happiness is a tale for the ages. Although it is simply one of the…
Needs & Wants
Dear Society, We are all lucky enough to be equipped with the capability to acknowledge the difference between our needs…
Justice vs. Accountability
Dear Society, As I control the variety of emotions brought upon by the recent Chauvin trial, I can’t help but…
Georgia
Dear Society, We take one step forward and then we get pushed back five. This feeling couldn’t be more accurate…
Ladies
Dear Society, The shadowed voice of the female has been brought to light as we celebrate Women’s History Month. Our…
Self-care
Dear Society, The redundancy of our routines can be far more daunting than we think. As we give our all…
Continuing Black History
Dear Society, Reflecting upon black history once throughout the year is what society will accept and allow. As this year’s…
Black Love
Dear Society, As we celebrate Valentine’s Day, the thought and sense of love linger. I find myself reflecting on what…
Equality & Equity
Dear Society, There is an obvious need within the African American community for both equality and equity. While we should…
Awareness from The Capitol
Dear Society, I have been contemplating on if I should or should not share my thoughts on the incident at…
Portrayed Beauty
Dear Society, As we all set our New Year’s resolutions, let’s not fall for the unattainable physical images society portrays…
Societal Reflection
Dear Society, With the new year quickly approaching, we are all reflecting on our year. As we partake in this…
Family
Dear Society, Our families are all filled with unique experiences, history, and traditions. With this being said, I find it…
Black & Democrat
Dear Society, Many Black Americans consider themselves a Democrat. However, reasoning varies greatly. Some believe they have been recently faithful…
A New Direction
Dear Society, I can only view my country behind the eyes of a black female. This country has had its…
Immigrants
Dear Society, As the daughter of an immigrant, I tend to typically relate my obstacles to the challenges of immigrants…
Vote
Dear Society, As a citizen, we all have the civic right to many privileges. One specifically is to vote. Regardless…
Role Models
Dear Society, Take a few minutes and think of your role models. When I do so, I notice how difficult…
Conformity
Dear Society, We all tend to conform to society’s vast expectations such as physical appearances, lifestyles, and achievements. Personally, I…
Path to Success
Dear Society, As we pursue humanity, society tends to set the tone of what success is and how to obtain…
Forty Acres…
Dear Society, Throughout all of the wrongdoing in our world’s history, many are deserving of some sort of reparation. Native…
Different Starting Points
Dear Society, In a society where we are all starting in different positions, some of us start behind others for…
First & Only
Dear Society, The first African American to receive a degree from an American college was Alexander Twilight in 1823. The…
Coping
Dear Society, As we are all coping with the current times of uncertainty, I find it fascinating how differently we…
Lack of Education
Dear Society, I and many other African Americans have been questioning our education system for the longest. How can we…
Our Ancestor’s Sacrifice
Dear Society, As we all witness history slowly but surely repeat itself, I’ve become appreciative of my race’s trials and…
Responsibilities of the Majority
Dear Society, In order for minorities to surpass the disgusting habit of racism, we need the majority.  To be specific,…
Female & Black
Dear Society, It is exhausting to live in a society where racism and sexism exist. Although life is not a…
Color vs. Color vs. Society
Dear Society, As we are continuing this everlasting fight to live in a world without the presence of racism, we…
Nine to Five
Dear Society, As I try to seek the similarities between the workplace experiences of African Americans and other races, I…
Faith & Hope
Dear Society, During these times, we are all praying more or calling upon our personal beliefs to pull us out…
Adding George to the List
Dear Society, When will enough be enough? As I gather myself to write yet again about another black male’s life…
Covid-19
Dear Society, I’m sure none of us saw this coming. Something that strips away our normal way of life. Something…
Minority Communities
Dear Society, As a minority, I believe that I have a crucial responsibility to contribute to my community. I started…
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dear society,

Hi! I am Amber and I am the creator of Dear Society,. I was born in Hollywood, Florida, and raised in the DC-Metro area. I attended the University of South Florida for my bachelor’s degree in marketing and recently earned my MBA from the University of Maryland.

You are probably wondering how and why a business student started a blog. Although I love my studies, we are all in need of a creative outlet. I tend to write about the challenges of society that we all face. Regardless of demographics, society plays a crucial role in who we are and our actions. However, I believe that society tends to have a negative connotation for minorities. As a young black woman, I have been faced with numerous obstacles created by our society. I created Dear Society, not only for my creative outlet, but also to share with society my thoughts and viewpoints.

In this blog, I will share with you my interpretation of our society and how I’ve been affected during my short but fulfilling life. While reading Dear Society, you will not only view my interpretation of our society, but you will also have the creative space to share yours.

If you are curious about anything else about me or Dear Society, please feel free to reach out and contact me! Also – Shop our stationery line here.

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