The annual 2018 Black Women in Media is on its way, you don't want to miss this event.
#WednesdayWisdom YOU CAN DO IT.... So here I am 23, recent cancer survivor, trying to get back into the ropes of things. I was involved in numerous things at the time such as school, my home church's choir and band, and a non profit I co-founded. However, I still felt this void. And just like… Continue reading #WednesdayWisdom with Our Founder, Judith Jacques
Back in 2013, we introduced you all to one of our first black women in media headliners, Luvvie Ajayi. Then, on her site, AwesomelyLuvvie.com, she was a self described Humor Writer. Digital Strategist. Red Pump Rocker. Techie. Now...her headline reads a little something like this... NYTimes Best-Selling Author. Speaker. Red Pump Rocker. Techie. Professional Troublemaker. And making trouble she, she… Continue reading Did You Hear? Luvvie Ajayi is Absolutely WINNING!
I've lived, worked and studied across six continents. Work / As a writer, I work to archive Black culture through stories. Latest Project / On assignment for Time, Inc., I traveled to Cuba to explore the African history, traditions and religious customs that form the backbone of the island's identity. My work appears in the… Continue reading Feature:Johnica Reed Hawkins
My name is René Daniella, and I am originally of both English and American heritage. In my 26 years I have lived in 9 different cities across 4 countries, two of which were not English speaking. Travel is an integral part of my lifetsyle; it’s one of the biggest reasons why I’m excited to get… Continue reading Feature: Rene Daniella
Who is Brittne? Brittne Babe is a natural athlete, certified personal trainer, online health and wellness coach and a full time college student. With over 1 million followers on her social media accounts, she has helped millions of men and women all over the world with motivation, technique and nutrition. What is Brittne’s training… Continue reading Feature: Brittne Babe
Named for the Zulu and Xhosa word for "power," Amandla was born in Los Angeles on October 23, 1998, to Karen Brailsford and Tom Stenberg. Her mother is African-American and her father is Danish (and of part Inuit-Greenlandic ancestry). Amandla landed the first of her Disney catalog modeling shoots when she was four years… Continue reading Feature:Amandla Stenberg