Black Solidarity


  These pass few days have been so sad and stressful for the U.S. Sometimes it feels like a bad dream, but then I quickly realize that it's not. Created and raised by immigrant parents I was always told to work hard in school and make sure to be better than who they were. They traveled from the Caribbean islands to the U.S not only for a better life but for educational opportunities that the U.S could provide. Immigrants are by far one of the hardest working group of people you will ever meet. My mother and many of my aunts and uncles have worked over 3 jobs at a time just to make sure that their children can go to the best schools. It's SO hard to digest what's happening and to hear what is being said about immigrants on the news. I dedicate this blog post to all hard working immigrants who truly came to the U.S for a better life. Black is for all the lives that we have lost and I hope I and pray that we do not lose any lives during this craziness. Please pray for our country and for anyone that is an immigrant who does not know what may happen to them in the next 4 years stay strong. I will be praying and I hope you all will too. I am also wearing an amazing top from an Italian designer, all links of what I'm wearing will be down below.

Xoxo- Micaéla Verrelien


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Micaela Verrelien