Our mothers, ourselves. Hate it or love it, traits of the women who birthed and raised us are coursing through our veins. We move like them, think like them, get our talents from them… Sure, we get it from our fathers too, but mothers are our first taste of what it means to be women. From how to do our hair and makeup or walk in heels, to how to be a friend, a warrior, a wife, a mom. This Mother’s Day and every day, we honor our goddesses of creation. Those here with us Earthside, or with us in spirit but always by our side. We love you, Mom.Read More
Activist Tarana Burke adorns the cover of HANNAH No. 3 and speaks on the realities of her work, grounding Black girls in their self-worth, and the real MVPs of her 2017 media tour. This issue also features an intersection of craft between Brianna McCarthy and Yrsa Daley-Ward, reflections on life and design from acclaimed costume designer Ruth Carter, the exquisite words and art of Toyin Ojih Odutola, and much more.