In today’s social climate, one may be afraid to speak up about the many injustices seen around the nation. Too afraid of the backlash, too afraid that their brand may be tarnished, or too afraid of the unknown.
Co-founder and CEO of Miss Jessie’s, Miko Branch, has been a household name in the Black community for as long as I can remember. She and her late sister, Titi Branch, are no doubt pioneers that serve as factors of why the beauty industry is poppin today for women of color
The Super Beauty doll, created by Tiffany J, not only provides African-American growing girls with a doll that looks them, but one that speaks 20 positive affirmations that promotes self-love.
Fun fact: Black women are one of the most underserved markets in the beauty industry. To little surprise, African Americans spend the most money in the beauty industry.
To say Emmy-Award winning actress Regina King was inspiring and motivating at the 2018 Black Women’s Expo is a pretty big understatement. Our favorite homegirl-in-our-head added even more #BlackGirlMagic to the already amazing three-day event in Atlanta the weekend of August 10th.
I am totally having a fan girl moment. Do ya’ll remember Flyy Girl? Of course ya’ll do! I remember being in middle school, in Flint, Michigan and carrying the book, Flyy Girl in my hand every single day.
Some people dream of making an impact, a few talk about making an impact, most want to make an impact, and then there are the ones that do make an impact.
Black women have come mighty a long way in television journalism. When I was growing up, I could count the black women news reporters and anchors on one hand.
In the film, The Last Time, Jasmine is a rising executive and loving wife seems to have it all, but is living a secret far too many women deal with in this society, being a hidden victim of domestic abuse.