BE PREPARED.... Expect and actually anticipate that trying and difficult times will happen. This past Friday, the Matriarch of the family, our Queen, my grandmother passed. Although she lived a full and beautiful life, nothing prepared me for the loss of the woman who helped raise me. I sat next to her still body after… Continue reading #WednesdayWisdom with our Founder, Judith Jacques
The definition of success is when your work speaks for you long before you ever say a word. You may not know her face, but you D E F I N I T E L Y know her work. Have you seen FX's breakout hit, Atlanta (described so poignantly by Refinery29 as "often absurdist, sometimes surrealist")?… Continue reading #MondayMediaMaven – Stefani Robinson
Over the weekend, Black Women In Media was on-hand during Niatia “Lil’Mama” Kirkland’s 28th birthday celebration, held at MIST Harlem, October 7, 2017, in Harlem, NY. The musician, dancer, and actress actually have a lot to celebrate at the moment. Her TV One original movie, When Love Kills: The Falicia Blakely Story, based on the true… Continue reading Niatia “Lil’Mama” Kirkland Talks Growing Up & Blossoming into a Woman During 28th Birthday Celebration
Gabrielle Union reveals having 8 or 9 miscarriages, teaching us something about empathy.
"Everything the seed will become is in it"- Rev. Wyatt Believe that all you need in order to get to that next level are already in YOU! God has equipped you with all that is necessary. You're already complete, and just as the seed, you need to place yourself in the right environment. Just as… Continue reading #WednesdayWisdom with our Founder, Judith Jacques
Have you seen this meme? Speaks volumes, yes? Another tough day for Black women in sports. Yesterday, Jemele Hill was suspended from her flagship broadcast, Sportscenter, on ESPN for what they have cited as a breach of their social media policies. Hill took to Twitter on the heels of Jerry Jones, owner of the Dallas… Continue reading What a Surprise: Jemele Hill Receives 2 Week Suspension from ESPN
What can we learn from Dove's controversial ad depicting women of color as unclean?