39 Responses to Take The Pledge

  1. Etosha Starke November 3, 2013 at 1:10 pm #

    I am A 32 year old single black mother of four beautiful kids. The reason for my email is to try to help my non profit organization ( food pantry), it`s located in the downtown Orlando area which is known for it`s high crime rates, low poverty families and A few more problem,but for me the food pantry is not about the money I started in a local neighborhood center`s closet with A few things the center had ,and A few things from my home. The plan is to show young needy families that everybody don`t have to have the world to help others they just have to have the heart to help. I really don`t know I excite from this email but just being A young black women that did not believe I could leave A memory for my kids to be proud of it was good to have somebody to listen to me .A lot of people say you guys never read the public mail, but I feel different hope to hear from you soon

    SINCERELY, Etosha Starke

  2. Laura November 3, 2013 at 5:40 pm #

    Can we expand to Minnesota…!!

  3. Kiana lowe November 3, 2013 at 5:56 pm #

    This is beautiful and Empowering I wish something like this organization exists where Im from.

  4. Gizell Barthlett November 3, 2013 at 6:33 pm #

    I love to see when we African American women come together to teach our young girls value, strength, courage, independence and faith. This is the best way to show them that their self worth goes a long way and that they don’t have to sell themselves short just to be seen or heard. Maybe some day you guys can visit where I’m from the beautiful island of St. Croix USVI and celebrate the black girls that rock in the Caribbean.

  5. Aleace Courtney November 3, 2013 at 8:23 pm #

    I am a Black Woman that has been through it all. I do it all I ROCK. I SEE MYSELF BEING APART OF THIS MOVEMENT THIS EMPIRE OF WOMEN …..

  6. Dimirra November 3, 2013 at 9:16 pm #

    I am a bold woman, I am an independent woman, I am a Leader, I am an educated woman, I am a trend-setter. But most of all I AM A BLACK GIRL, WOMAN who ROCKS! I thank you and the Lord above who made me who I am today. I totally rock!!!!!

  7. Tara Strigler November 3, 2013 at 9:46 pm #

    Hello my sisters!
    Let me just start by saying that this is such a profound movement that has paved the way for many brown girls. My name is Tara Strigler, a sophomore strategic communications major, marketing minor currently studying at the elite, Hampton University. Coming from a family with strong values, I’ve always upheld myself with dignity and respect. I learned how to use my voice at a very young age and unfortunately, not many young women were taught to do that. That’s why it is so important for BGR to continue such a powerful, uplifting organization. I currently have my own website promoting positivity, and inspiration titled showyourspine.com
    Overall, this movement has moved me to make a change, not just in my community but within myself. Thank you !

  8. Talore Bostic November 3, 2013 at 9:53 pm #

    Everytime I watch this show it makes me feel a little better about myself and being black and not letting myself slip through the cracks and be seen and heard, because I live in an all white community and it makes me feel like I’m actually not alone and someday I could be someone as big as the people I see on the TV too, thank you

  9. Yolanda Suber November 3, 2013 at 10:02 pm #

    Love BGR!!! My 13y/o goddaughter(Casey) and I watch this for the first time and it was extremely encouraging and timely. I would love to know when registration for the BGR Queens Camp 2014 starts. Yes Black Girls Rock!!!! We Rock!!!!
    Thanks for all the love and dedication you put in to inspire our young black women.

  10. Iris Hines Flamer November 3, 2013 at 10:07 pm #

    I live in Charlotte, North Carolina. How can I volunteer?
    Iris Hines Flamer

  11. Anna Marie Crawford November 3, 2013 at 10:22 pm #

    I am a strong, independent woman, who is a Leader, an educated woman, a trend-setter in the information technology community. But most of all I AM A BLACK GIRL and I ROCK! Blessing to all of my BLACK WOMEN AND GIRLS THAT ROCK!

  12. Shari ABAYA Morgan November 4, 2013 at 12:13 am #

    Everytime I see this show it brings joy to my heart. To see this woman and her creation that inspires and empowers girls, woman and an array of people all around the world, GIVES ME HOPE. Hope to know that my vision to create Peace, Love and Joy to hearts is still POSSIBLE. I aspire to EMPOWER women and mothers, and give them the ability to continue to inspire their daughters and their daughters daughters.
    Having a teen who struggles with issues such as acceptance, low self esteem and being a victim of sexaul abuse, I dont always know the answers on how to cope and deal with her issues, or being able to work through all of our emotions when the tough times arrive. We as Mothers and Women need to have a stable foundation and support system to stay strong when we feel alone, frustrated and imbalanced, or incapable of providing answers and solutions to ur daughters or childrens problems. Women need to be encouraged as well, so we can give our daughters and nieces and sisters the deserved support when they need our help.
    So pray for me and my journey. I am stepping into my purpose fearlessly and with my heart wide open. It is time for me to be of service and try to make the world a better place, even if its One Woman at A Time!.
    Hope to see BGR very soon!
    A.B.A.Y.A my greeting and closing to you.
    God Bless

  13. Jill De Bourg November 4, 2013 at 11:17 am #

    I am moved by the initiatives of BGR and the demonstrated ability to empower young females by just being a positive avenue that’s open to them to blossom to their divine purpose and full potential. I applaud the efforts and would love to see this program extend beyond the borders of the US to the Caribbean where similar situations of self esteem, empowerment and belief in oneself amongst youth to succeed in spite of challenges are a real issue.

  14. Ann Marie Hardy November 4, 2013 at 12:44 pm #

    I believe in this powerful movement called BGR! It has realy been a long time since we have had something like this on the mainstream that really promotes health, wellness and wholeness for “women of color”. We rock in so many different ways and to hear it said out loud with such pride causes me to rise up as a giant on the inside. This is more than just another nice activity or organization, this is a movement of magnificent proportions. we not only rock, we break through the very boulders that have held us captive for so long, blocked us in and confined us from our full potential. We are mountain movers and true overcomers, trailblazers in the very sense of the word. Now, we are looking at ourselves thru a new lense and we look good. I am looking to join this organization and expand the message to these young girls in South Florida. I am tired of seeing our girls demeanor their self worth and settle for less, when they are so much more. The realization of who they are comes so much later because no one takes the time to tell them early that they are beautiful queens. Women of a “higher order” and a force to be reckoned with. The message is so needed even in the West Indian communities where the suffereing is even worse because of the lack. Some make it out, but many conform to their surroundings. I want to reach and teach. I am a black girl and “I ROCK”. We ROCK!!!! Let me know how I can raise the stakes and really make a difference.

  15. Bobbie Stokes November 4, 2013 at 9:14 pm #

    I was so moved once again by the “Black Girls Rock” movement shown on BET last night. More organizations similar to this one are greatly needed nationwide. It is so inspiring to see black girls and black women of all ages taking part in this phenomenal organization. I encouraged my two granddaughters to watch and learn how we as black girls and black women “DO” have a special place in this world. I am a black women that encourages all black girls to know their worth and understand that they ROCK!!! Peace and Blessings my Sister’s! Carpe Diem, “Seize the Day”

  16. Juanita Cato November 5, 2013 at 12:44 pm #

    My daughter and I truly applaud all of the people who make this organization a success! Thank you Beverly Bond for leading the way! Atlanta, GA would love to have a charter group. Does one exist already? If not, sign me up! I am sure there are others in the Metro Atlanta area who would love to partake in helping set this up.

    • Marie Matthews November 9, 2013 at 11:02 pm #

      Hi Juanita, I would love to partake in setting up a chapter group here in Atlanta. I have a 14 year old daughter who will benefit a lot from this organization. I would also like to provide any wisdom that I can to black girls who feel like they don’t have a voice. Having strong black women who can not only guide them, but listen to them as well, will be very beneficial for our young black girls. Now and days, many young girls don’t understand their worth and I think this organization will give them confidence, provide leadership and make them understand their place in this world. BLACK GIRLS ROCK!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  17. DollHouse258 November 5, 2013 at 8:49 pm #

    I was born a Black Girl, learned to love my Black is Beautiful, and teaching daughter and every Black I come in contact with that all shades of Black rock!

    • kelly March 29, 2015 at 11:59 am #

      I so wish that other minorities which we all are now (even whites) were promoted to boast about their coolness or abilities. Instead we have to often be quieted or ashamed of what we were born into.

  18. letashacoleman November 5, 2013 at 9:04 pm #

    My name is letasha Coleman and I’m a black woman who rocks

  19. Desiree Baker November 5, 2013 at 9:08 pm #

    Please Expand to Indiana.! I will do whatever I can to be apart my community needs this.! Please!!!! BLACK GIRLS ROCK!!!

  20. Myra Hawkins November 6, 2013 at 3:07 am #

    I’m a retired Philadelphia Police Officer and Smsgt retired USAFR. Currently I study at LaSalle University in Philadelphia attaining my bachelors in education. How can I become a part of Black Girl’s Rock in Philadelphia, PA. There are so many beautiful young girls here that need direction or just a listening ear to help them on a directed path. How can I help because Philly Girls Rock too!!

  21. Damika Burton November 6, 2013 at 9:27 am #

    I am a black girl who rocks and I give back to my community. I work for a nonprofit organization in San Antonio TX and would love to start a black girls rock here! Empowerment, Education and Self Esteem is something I see some of my black girls lacking, I would love to be a part of instilling this into them. THANKS for this beautiful movement!

    • Isha Clayton September 13, 2014 at 10:46 pm #

      Hello Damika,

      I know you posted this almost a year ago; however, I recently just moved to San Antonio and have also realized that togetherness, encouragement, and empowerment is lacking in the black community. If you have already started this process or would like to start, please respond. Thanks!

  22. Janay Martin November 6, 2013 at 10:20 am #

    I would like to expand Black Girls Rock to Detroit. I believe that it is important to show our African American young ladies how important it is to believe in themselves. We as community that is failing, (city in bankruptcy), need to show opportunities to rise from despair. Our ancestors have shown that we can rise above the ashes and do great things. I have a heart for young people. I am a single mom of four children, three of them are girls, and it would be great for them to be with like-minded positive girls to uplift each other.

  23. Chrissy November 7, 2013 at 2:14 pm #

    I happened to watch Black Girls Rock by accident while flipping channels. This is one of the most inspiring programmes I have seen for many years. Fantastic music. Incredible talented women in all areas of life. What a celebration. I feel so proud of everyone. Thank you for moving me to tears, making me dance, making me laugh and mostly for giving me hope in the human race. I read the pledge which is so incredible I printed it out to read. If this is whats happening in the USA for black women I hope we one day follow on in the UK which often lags behind. I’m a white girl and you all rock.

  24. Daphne Evans November 9, 2013 at 9:52 pm #

    In 1998 after being diagnosed with ovarian cancer and my husband couldn’t deal with it, I thought my life was over. But I picked up the pieces and moved forward, not knowing that I would be diagnosed with breast cancer in 2005 and spinal cancer in 2009. But after coming home from a double mastectomy in 2005, I decided to not feel sorry for myself and started Heaven’s Door Cancer Foundation and began to send women to luxury spas and resorts across the country. If this made me feel better, I thought it would help other girls too and called it Diva Aftercare. What I didn’t know was that Ebony had heard of me and asked me to tell my story. So last year I did and was featured in the September Sparkle issue. My sisters began to contact me asking for help all across the country. From reading Ebony, Jet and Essence, they contacted me from airports, beauty salons, convenience stores. I knew it was my calling to serve my Divas and next year I am taking a group of these ladies to Hawaii with me on vacation. God has always provided the means and I know He will continue to do so. I’m in remission now and who knows how long I have; with my history all I know is to enjoy every day to help my sisters; I even send massage therapists to women in hospice; they deserve pampering at end of life. Because as Mother Teresa said,”Not all of us can do great things, but we can do small things with great love.” I hope next year to come celebrate with you all – because with God’s strength and our determination – We Black Girls Rock! Daphne at Heaven’s Door Cancer Foundation.

  25. Mardell Criddell November 9, 2013 at 10:43 pm #

    I am a Black Girl who Rocks in Houston, TX and I would love to bring this organization to our area, As a recruiter for a large company I see a real big need for education and direction for our young black girls looking for employment, I want to help educate our beautiful young black girls in what it take to land the job of their dreams. I want to be a part of helping black girls to Rock in Houston, This is one of the best Movements there is and very much so needed.

  26. Lakhayla Gayle November 9, 2013 at 11:11 pm #

    Hi my name is Lakhayla Gayle and i’m 12 year old i would like to expand Black Girls Rock to Canada. I believe that it is important to show Black African American Girls how powerful and how important they are.I’m a Black Girl Who Rock because i’m a singer, i figured out i loved singing when i first moved to Canada in 2010 when i was 9 year old that’s when i decided i wanted to be a singer my biggest role models would Beyonce, Rihanna, Brandy, And the amazing Whitney Huston.. My dream is to be like them, i want to travel the world meet new people and make new friends, i want to make a change,i want Black Girls to believe in themselves, to believe how powerful they are.. My most favourite song would be Beyonce Listen because i think it describes me a lot, every morning and every night when i wake up and when i go to sleep i pray for god to make my dreams come true, also one of my biggest dream is to wake up one morning and here that rihanna wants me to sing with her on tour.. I AM A BLACK GIRL WHO ROCK BECAUSE I BELIEVE IN MYSELF, I NEVER LET ANYONE BRING ME DOWN, AND I’M FOLLOWING MY DREAMS.. My Advice for all the Black Girls out there is to believe in yourselves, hold your heads high, and follow your dreams, because you’re Important and you’re Powerful in anyway and every way.. I AM A BLACK GIRL, YOU ARE A BLACK, WE ARE A BLACK GIRL AND WE ROCK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  27. ursula November 10, 2013 at 3:40 am #

    Hi, are there any programs for girls that are 17, because I have a daughter who will be 17 in May 2014. I would like her to be involved in your program. I want her to know that she rocks. She likes to sing and dance and right now she is involved in gymnastics in her school. I know that she rocks but I want her to believe deep in her heart that she is a beautiful girl and she can do what ever she sets her mind to.

  28. Tiffany November 11, 2013 at 2:06 am #

    I’ve always wanted to be more active in the lives of young African American girls because I’ve experienced so much as one. I’ve worked for Girl Scouts, but felt very limited and stunted as to the direction of my girls because many activities weren’t geared to their interests. Not sure of all that I can do, but I’d really like to begin a group especially for our black girls, who indeed ROCK. I’m a mother of three, two which are girls and I know they can be motivated by this movement!

  29. Zelda Webster-Lawson November 11, 2013 at 8:59 am #

    I am 56-year old women who for the first time watched “Black Girls Rock” two nights ago. To see all those young faces who get it “your Black and you Rock” was so beautiful the tears just flowed. To see us in the audience come together in all shades and sizes as an example of self esteem, pride, awareness of your culture and being proud of being black to our children was overwhelming, I felt so proud and honored to be a black women. I will educate myself with your organization and spread the information to as many as possible. You are a God Send. I have a 13-year old granddaughter we will view your website together. Thank you.

  30. LaTonna Gillespie November 11, 2013 at 10:01 pm #

    Hey, My name LaTonna I’m 17 ,Im from East Saint Louis Illinois ,Im the 3rd out of 9 children ,I’m looking for programs that me&my sisters can join and many more black women in my community .

  31. KaPricia W. Miller November 11, 2013 at 11:17 pm #

    Greetings from Birmingham, Alabama.
    My name is KaPricia W. Miller the founder and ceo of a Women’s Empowerment and Enrichment program called ThiChics (thick chics) we also specialize in the Anti-Bullying campaigns throughout the schools and communities. I’ve always wanted to extend our services to other communities and states other than where we reside while introducing society to something new and different. We also model to inspire Full Figure women to be secure with themselves while working toward healthier lifestyles and other life goals. ThiChics was established in 2007 and was introduced to the public about 2years ago and from that date to now things are doing very well. We’ve established a lot of business relationships with people who adore our services while helping this Dream that is now a reality for so many of us. Women struggle with so many obstacles and with my movement it is my mission and purpose to help those who are just like me or have been in the same positions as others. If allowed I would really like to represent ThiChics to your show and any upcoming community events. We are every women conquering daily challenges…..together. Thanks for your time and patience in reading. KPMiller
    Black Girls ROCK and so do ThiChics <3

  32. Margaret LaVerne Hall November 13, 2013 at 2:12 pm #

    I love this organization. I wish there was a chapter for young black girls in Houston, Texas. My grandaughter, Kennedi is 6 years old and we try to tell her everyday how beautiful and special she is. Blace Girls Rock is such a wonderful organization I wish they had something like this when I was growing up in Detroit. I hope you continue to have wonderful success and I hope one day my grandaughter can belong to a chapter here in Houston. Thanks for all you do.

  33. Daphne Hall-Booker November 14, 2013 at 3:00 pm #

    Hello my name is Daphne Hall -Booker. I recently started an community outreach program here in Memphis, Tn for young ladies. I would like to know if there is a possibility that I could collaborate with someone to start a Black Girls Rocks Inc. Program here.

  34. Adrianna Davis November 14, 2013 at 9:10 pm #

    I am a beautiful black girl and I am kind, beautiful, smart, and important.

  35. Garnette Moore November 26, 2013 at 3:42 pm #

    I would like to honor Evangelist a powerful black women who is doing an awsome job in the Burlington nc community saving black women lives each and every day thats bound by drugs abuse, depression, opression, abused by men and or family, all walks of life. I dont know were to start so i really know in my heart that this is the best way to start to recognize Evangelist. Thanks so much, Garnette Moore. garnettemoore@gmail.com

  36. Ra'Lexus November 28, 2013 at 11:11 pm #

    Hello Im 13 years old and them words right there is powerful, Im one of a kind.* I Am A Black Girl Who Rocks* !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  37. Aerial December 3, 2013 at 11:39 am #

    Im a black girl and proud of it.

  38. Valinda Flowers December 3, 2013 at 8:17 pm #

    Hi my name is Valinda. I taped Black Girls Rock and finally had a chance to watch. I was glued to the television. SSSSSSSSSSOOOOOOO wonderful! I was in tears. I love that Black Women were together not fighting or talking about one another but giving one another props for what they do. Glad to see young girls involved in different projects they organized and loved doing it. This is a wonderful thing. I wish I could get my two grand daughters to your camp. They live with their father and it would be nice if they could mingle with some positive people. I will spread the word about your website. God Bless you guys keep up the good work. If ever you expand near Chattanooga. TN I will difinitely contribute my time.

  39. Valinda Flowers December 3, 2013 at 8:18 pm #

    Oh I forgot, I am a BLACK GIRL AND I ROCK SUGAR!

  40. Angela Wilson December 26, 2013 at 11:30 pm #

    I recently watched the show and I was amazed by the outpouring of love and support for our Black Girls of all ages. I would love to volunteer for a Quad Cities chapter here Iowa/Illinois. I am a single mother, raised by a single mother and I am teaching my girls the we Black Girls Rock! Love and Peace My sisters.

  41. Dee Moore January 6, 2014 at 10:57 pm #

    As a plus size female, we face much negative feedback on how society views us. Not only am I black female who rocks, im a thick girl who rocks! Please check out mysite http://www.fashionableandthick.net and join me and my movement as I try to change the way society views us.
    Peace and Love

  42. Quita January 8, 2014 at 5:37 am #

    I love being a smart, beautiful
    , confident black women! How do I volunteer out here as we’ll in Richmond, Ca?

  43. Marquita January 8, 2014 at 5:38 am #

    How do I volunteer in richmond, Ca

  44. Marquita January 8, 2014 at 5:39 am #

    Proud to be a smart, confident black women.

  45. UDOKA OKUOFU March 29, 2014 at 7:30 pm #

    What’s your D.N.A?mine is greatness,where does your foot print?mine prints in the sky,what does your lips say mine says positivity,what does your skin give you?mine gives me black radiance withstanding the radiation of the society,what does your brain do?mine thinks of making a positive difference.what does your eyes see?mine sees a great future,what does your body do ?mine gives me strength to move ahead,what does your history tell you?mine tells me to stand up tall.what does your hand do?mine stretches out to grab the opportunity what does your heart do ?mine reaches out to all black race especially all Nigerian youths in distress. BLACK IS BIG,BOLD AND BEAUTIFUL.WHO ARE U? I AM BLACK AND PROUD THEREFORE I ROCK.

  46. Palesa Gloria May 11, 2014 at 4:10 pm #

    Hello beautifull ladies this is such a great initiative for young black girls I am an 18year old black girl from SOUTH AFRICA IN SOWETO the shanty dusty streets of Johannesburg “City Of Gold” most would call it. I am very proud to be from there becasue it has build the woman that I am evolving to. I just got done with High school and waiting to get accepted at some of the universities that I applied at here in South Africa for a degree in marketing and communications, I really want to see myself in that field one day.

    I am also currently working part time job as a brand ambassoder so what I do is that I Promote products to consumers at different shops to make sales . I get R500 per weekend with that money I get to buy myself things I need and also help at home.

    Where I am from young black girls have forgotten their purpose in life and have given up their faith.its hard for me to stay positive all the time because am surrounded by poverty,sad happenings and empty souls that sing songs of sorrow all the time.

    I wish we had more organisations like this that would help more young black girls .I am a PROUD AFRIKAN and I keep my kaffir HAIR I dnt needd no man to buy me stuff I got my own hustle

    I would also one day love to start initiative like this question is where do I even start??
    I am saddend I missed the application for the CAMP this year but next year I would really like to take part in it.

    Lets work together sisters.
    Love Palesa
    Palesa kometsi 🙂 xoxo

  47. naana adobea May 20, 2014 at 2:41 am #

    i am a black girl started well did some not too good stuff but knew where i was coming from and where i want to go. through the hustlle and bustle i still and i will rise. i leave in the capital of Ghana ACCRA a small west african country but a beautiful nation. am a banker but am taking a degree course in social work. in all the struggles in life there is only one thing that i know. That am a black girl meant to make it and i will make it i will be recognised my voice will be heard i will help where i can because am a black girl and i rock and i can do it.

  48. keshia adams June 3, 2014 at 1:24 pm #

    I am a black girl who rocks because of what i stand for.My name is keshia, and since i was 14 i always knew i wanted to give black to my community but didn’t know how. I usually volunteer for different organizations to help people, then this year i had a family emergency that i had to fly down to my home country Guyana. When i was down there i encounter the most disturbing thing. 1- children are not in school they are being forced to work in the local market in the town to sell goods so the family will be able to afford food and clothing for them to survive or the kids are walking around town selling food to the local public, the 2- thing is that parents are talking there kids and sell them to the men in the country side who does old mining to make a profit, this is because the cost of living is so high and most citizens have little to seldom education. So i decided to start my own non profit Organization Called Lifting You For Tomorrow’s Success (LYFTS), this organization main goal is to provide low income to disadvantage families the opportunity for us to help them by providing school supplies to their children, so there kids can attend school. We current have a back to school drive doing on, to collect school supplies for these kids. This will be until August 20th 2014. If you anyone would like to help please send me an email @ kadams.lyfts@gmail.com, and that’s why i am a black girl that rocks,

  49. Nedra Webster June 24, 2014 at 10:15 pm #

    Hi, my name is Nedra and I would like to start a BGR Chapter in Middle Georgia. How can we go about getting this done? Middle Georgia Black Girls Rock! I am loving this entire movement and am inspired so much I would like to bring BGR here for our girls!

    Thanks so much!

  50. Rhonda Copprue Goddard July 20, 2014 at 2:39 pm #

    I am so honored to be a part of The Black Girl Rock! Pledge. It was so refreshing watching the 2013 Black Girl Rock on TV this morning. I am so happy for BET and Centric television to be able to see people of color, black and all shades of brown and not worrying about them being cut off or seeing them for a hot second, and most of all being educated to all of Black Girls/Women Achievements. I am Executive Assistant to a new and upcoming Campaign “Age No Factor” that invites participants to celebrate their life and the challenges that they have overcome. The celebration culminates with an ‘Age No Factor’ event party which includes a make-over and interview by ANF Creator/Director Robin ‘Jvet’ Mobley. Video and media are part of the event as all are filmed while receiving full, new life make over’s. Contact us @ agenofactor@gmail.com

    And I must say they we are Black Girls that Rock!

  51. Carolyn August 11, 2014 at 11:01 pm #

    I am a black and proud women and it is time that black women take charge. I don’t know if this site is for my comment or not, but I have to say that I am so tired to seeking white people dominate this world. They dominate the jobs, the television and society. When are we going to take a stand and unite with one another to stand for something other than color. Come on sista’s we can do it. Let’s rock this nation with our intelligence, beauty, success and unity. Our ancestor’s will be smiling down on us and most of all, we deserve it…

    Black Girls really does rock…..

  52. Me'Auna February 16, 2015 at 12:00 pm #

    I watched BGR for my first time last year. I then started seeing women with shirts and I started to get inspired. I printed off the pledge and ill read it to myself first thing every morning. I’m 13 and truly inspired by BGR. I love how confident and powerful black girls are. I am a black girl and I rock.

  53. Claudia Dineo March 18, 2015 at 6:19 am #

    I am a black girl and I rock in South Africa, Suncity.

  54. Tracy L. Johnson March 23, 2015 at 10:28 pm #

    “Black Girls Rock”
    There’s nothing like a phenom called a black girl
    If you’re feeling what is real then holla back girl
    We got a swagger, mak’em chatter “I want that girl”
    You are me, I am you, I got yo back girl.
    Now, rock that ‘fro, sway those hips,
    Pat your weave, love your lips,
    Check your “tude” at the door
    Don’t be rude just be sure.
    We are musicians, we are Moms,
    We are physicians, we’re the bomb.
    We are scholars, we are poets,
    We are teachers…better know it.
    We are nurses, we are love,
    We’re the hands and hearts of God,
    We are gifted, we are strong,
    We’ve got platinum-coated wombs y’all.
    We are artist, we are lawyers,
    Interceding Prayer Warriors,
    We are beautiful, we are classy
    With an inner sexy sassy
    With boldness and with courage,
    We are soldiers at your service
    We can act, we can sing,
    We can do most anything.
    We hold it down, lift it up
    Get it done, that’s what’s up!
    We replenish and supply
    EVERYTHING in your life.
    So be that black girl, be that star,
    Don’t abandon who you are
    We are UNIQUE earthly queens
    So don’t be ashamed
    By – Tracy L. Johnson

  55. American March 29, 2015 at 1:41 pm #



  56. Jane March 29, 2015 at 4:47 pm #

    I am a 16 year old white girl. I would like to join your club, but I feel I cannot because of the color of my skin. Is that wrong?


  57. Amiya April 5, 2015 at 10:20 pm #

    I am a beautiful loving loved Black Girl and I Rock

  58. Ashley April 5, 2015 at 10:25 pm #

    I am a Beautiful Black Mother of Three beautiful Black little girl’s and I Rock

  59. Ashley April 5, 2015 at 10:26 pm #

    I am a Beautiful Stronge Black Mother of Three beautiful Black little girl’s and I Rock

  60. deondra April 20, 2015 at 2:50 pm #

    If only something like this whould be all around the world. Alot of black young girls like my self can have something around like this to come to and .Be leaders and. Do a little by little and help chang the world .Thats why i am a young black girl who ROCK

  61. Kiesha Joseph April 23, 2015 at 6:40 pm #

    I love this pledge. Featuring it on the website and FB page for the new movement I’m starting: #EmpoweringBlackGirls

  62. Delia Joe April 24, 2015 at 10:20 am #

    Hello, I need some advice not sure where to go. But I have a 4 years old daughter who keep telling she wants to be a white girl. Is this a stage kids go through. Or should it be a concern. she is my only child so I’m not sure.

  63. Justice April 27, 2015 at 6:45 pm #

    Thank you for motivating our black girls and men in Africa to rock. You inspire a lot keep that up.

  64. Victoya Venise May 15, 2015 at 10:35 am #

    Would love to network with ladies who are pushing female empowerment to the youth. I am located in Brooklyn NY!

  65. Doraldeen May 23, 2015 at 5:45 am #

    Hello my name is Doraldeen. And i love hearing about this organization. I would like to see something like this in Philadelphia.Just brought your tee shirts for my sisters and sister in laws.I Love Being Black and I’m proud.

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