Meet Goddess Raegan, a melanin woman business owner who specializes in all natural products for the body! Read more to get inspired on your journey of self love and entreprenuership, find out how she got started, and more behind her brand!Read more
More than ever, mental health is something that we should constantly focus on. May is mental health awareness month but every single day we must practice our awareness.Read more
Time is flying, we are already half way through 2019 and before you know it, it’ll be 2020 and we’ll all be voting for the next president of the USA. Ladies, we are in a critical time and if the current political climate of our country does not scare you then it’s time to open your eyes. Now, more than ever we must be cognizant of what is going on in our democratic government. Are our needs being met? Do you feel that the current administration in the White House represents your beliefs? Your values? Do you feel that the current administration cares about people of color and ALL Americans? If you answer no to any of these questions at all then it’s time to open your eyes and your ears and pay close attention to the candidates who are running to be next in the Oval Office. Every time you vote, you want to walk into that booth confident about who you are about to give a thumbs up to. We are apart of this country and our voices and needs must be heard.
The first democratic debate is coming up, here are some critical facts you should know-
When: June 26th and June 27th
Time: 9-11pm ET
Where: Tune in on NBC, MSNBC or Telemundo (geographic location is Miami)
If you would like to submit questions for the debate please go to nbcnews.com and click on the democratic debates link, there you can read up on all 20 candidates that will be on the stage as well as submit questions you’d like the mediators to ask.
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Once upon a time, the sports industry was a male dominated field. There was a point in time where you could turn on ESPN and see nothing but the caucasian male. Oh how times have changed. Not only has women in the sports entertainment industry become more prevalent, but african american women are starting to appear and take over at an ever growing rate.Read more
Ever find yourself going all in on a new project to find yourself burnt out and overwhelmed, or even uninspired, two days later? You may have even forgotten why you were inspired to start the project in the first place. It’s ok. Sometimes, we all need a restart button. Here are some ways to get you up and running again.Read more
Aside from being hip-hop legend Tupac Shakur’s god-mother, Assata was so many things. From a student activist to becoming a Black Panther, she left a huge mark on not only American history, but black history as well.Read more