She is the Yoruban Goddess of love, beauty, art and creativity. She is a symbol of sensual delights and self-adornment. She will bless those who honor her with artistic gifts. “Is your name Yemaya, Oh hell no, it’s got to be Oshun.” – Love Jones/ Brother to the Night.
It's the combination of caucasian + audacity. When certain people use their privilege to attack people of color. They may do things like call the police whilst your having a friendly family bbq. Or profess that you need a permit to sell cold water on a hot day, when they themselves don't have their shit in order. It's okay for them to have rights, but because of your color, race or religion, you are not entitled to the same freedoms or rights. The caucacity of it all!
Big thanks to Shayan @PasturesPolitic Pronounced, "sheer zan" (soft A like "can") Lit. "lion woman," i.e. a woman who is courageous and regal and owns the ground she inhabits. Meet Therese Patricia Okoumou, the fearless woman who spent her 2018 4th of July protesting at the Statue of Liberty demanding an end to state violence & the inhumane detention of children.