Michaela Angela Davis was supportive when her only child found sisterhood at college, but this Afrocentric mother was surprised to discover it wouldn't be a Black experience. Here's what you had to say: Karena commented: "Women should consider themselves "sisters" no matter what race or religion. There is more in common than not." Naja wrote: "I also have sisters who are Latino, White and Asian. Their reasons for joining may be similar to the writer's daughter. Regardless, I love them all. My decision was to join a group with whom I can relate to."