Tag: Black Women

6 Black Women Making Money Moves Right Now
Black women have been making money moves and creating history in their respective industries for years. From Lilla St. John, the first black woman to pass the New York Stock Exchange exam, to Maggie Walker, who became the first woman ever to open a bank, the legacy is massive and...
black women top cities to thrive
It’s a beautiful time to be a black woman. We have Madame Vice President Kamala Harris, black women-owned businesses are starting to flourish, and black women are getting major roles in major companies. That said, not every region in the US is currently allowing black women to flourish. Even though...
Fantasy
Most of us were raised reading fairytales and enjoying fantasy scenes in movies, cartoons, and even on social media. However, like many popular genres, black women are hardly ever represented. The thing is many of us love fantasy and have emersed ourselves in it for years. Whether it be though themed...
Most of us have already made our new year affirmations and we are in the swing of things! One thing is for sure we not taking no sh*t this year. Black women are leveling up in ways that not only ensure progression in their lives, but they are protecting...
Jackie Aina Born This way Too Faced
For Black women, finding makeup that works well with our various skin tones has been more of a hassle than it should be. And for dark skin women, in particular, the search for their true foundation match has been met with everything from ridiculously orange undertones to being downright...
Throughout history, A Black woman's hair has been not only something to style, but a representation of many different things; A way to blend in, standout, make political statements, and even a source of bonding--so it is not a surprise that our identity is sometimes closely aligned with how...
Every new year, we all walk in with a set of goals or resolutions that we are going to accomplish once and for all. And along the way, we lose motivation, stumble on our journey, or simply never carry through with that idea we were so gung-ho about weeks earlier. Then...
black lawyers
Three black women decided to start their own law practice after meeting on Twitter according to Black Enterprise reports: Keli Knight, Yondi Morris, and Jessica Reddick are proof that you should never underestimate the power of social media. After sending out one simple tweet about the frustration she was facing at...
#thegreateight
Black women and academics will always be something that is near and dear to my heart. I do not care if you are the best creative out there, you still need to pay attention to your education because it gives you that more of an edge in this crazy...
We all can pinpoint at least one or two rituals that no matter where we are from we can all relate to. One of my favorites is the idea of sitting on a stoop or anywhere you can find that's comfortable and getting our hair done by a sister, a...
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