‘Good Housekeeping for the New Negro Woman’ was created in 2003/2004 and explored race exploration and expectations. Each piece was assembled and shot on 4×5 film and then printed in editions of 10. It was an exploration of values that historically imposed on racialized women in North America. It deals specifically with women in the context of ‘blackness’ in opposition to ‘whiteness.’ ‘Blackness’ is the opposite if ‘whiteness.’ ‘Whiteness’ is defined as the dominant structure. It is based on essentialized euro centric values and social norms. It creates and reinforces all recognized ideals. This series photo collages explores a contradicting ideology that promotes idealism through exploitation.