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
Empowering other women can come from just a simple act of kindness, such as a compliment or a smile and a nod in another Queen’s direction! If you want some dope ideas of how you can uplift the women in your life, or even just a random woman you see at the grocery store, here’s 7 Ways for you to empower the women around you!
By now, most of us are probably familiar with the term "cutting off". If you don't know what that means, it's basically ghosting somebody toxic in your life (or somebody that has wronged/taken advantage of you) Many times in life we are faced with the choice of cutting ties or mending a relationship after something goes wrong.. This can go for a family member, an old friend, an ex; the list goes on. But, where is the line between cutting people off for your own emotional well-being and just being emotionally immature?Read More
With this cold weather upon us our bodies will definitely be taking a beating. Now, more than ever, is the time to add a little TLC day to your routine once a week. For me, it's when I feel like it and other times it’s when I need to feel rooted. It doesn’t matter the reason, just remember to do you and take care!Read More
Your siSTAR tribe is there for fun, laughs, new love, adventures, breakups, and of course brunch, but your friendships should also empower and challenge growth within each other. Constant evolution is what keeps friendships thriving, long lasting, and meaningful. Its important that we work on these connections in our lives to make sure we are evolving together to our higher selves. Heres 5 healthy ways to light up your sistar circle with positivity.Read More
As women, we journey to learn to love our entire being ,but we also know that learning to love our hair is sometimes a separate self love journey of its own. That is why it is important value our beauty from the inside out. Chicago based hairstylist and entreprenuer, Breanna Curtis, is apart of the Melanin Girls Hustle Club. Through the creation of two brands, Be Beautiful and Extended Beauty, Breanna inspires her clients to live well from the inside.
“It requires more than just outward attractiveness, it’s a total beauty thing.”Read More
At Melanin Girls Club we fangirl over any womxn that uses her gifts to elevate those around her. Mother, wife, stylist, and owner of Kiarra Logan Looks is apart of the #MelaninGirlsHustleClub following her passions, living her authentic truth through fashion, and pushing past societies barriers of ageism following your dreams while doing it.Read More
Everybody wants to see the world. You don’t have to break the bank on every trip to do it though.Read More
“Well what about black on black crime?” sounds a lot like “Well they shouldn’t be here illegally! Stealing all the jobs!” In order for us to see change we must recognize the difficulties we ALL face being of melanin. Martin Luther King said “A threat to injustice anywhere, is a threat to injustice everywhere.”Read More