Have you ever had a moment of doubt on whether you should use your name? Adaobi Adibe is an Electrical and Electronic Engineering student at the University of Manchester and she takes on this very important question. Watch her video here:
This weekend, Michelle Obama was interviewed by Tracee Ellis Ross at the United State of Women Summit in Los Angeles. We loved the talk and if you haven’t already seen it take a look here:
Magona is one of many internationally prominent South African writers whose work is informed by her experience of impoverishment, femininity, resistance to subjugation and being a domestic worker.
So here’s the thing… We need to stop.
Did someone say Friday? Let’s get the weekend started with some classic sing-alongs.
Marjorie Stewart Joyner was the granddaughter of a slave and a white slave-owner, she was born on October 24, 1896 in Monterey, Virginia. She moved to Chicago in 1912, and shortly thereafter, she began studying cosmetology. In 1916, she became the first African American graduate of Chicago’s A.B. Molar Beauty School. In Chicago, Joyner met …
Ikal Angelei is a Kenyan politician, environmentalist and our #wcw today. Take a look at her story here: Sourced from YouTube
Our forever fav Traceee recently did a Ted talk and you have got to watch it. Some of our most treasured parts are as follows: This fury is something that I have been chomping on since the last US presidential election. And it seems that many women have. This fury was not my friend’s alone. She went on …
Ellen Eglin was born in Washington, D.C in 1849. Little is know about her but she is still a woman that you need to know. Especially if you are planning to do some laundry this weekend. In 1800s, she invented a special type of clothes-wringer which was a machine that had two rollers in a frame that …
We know that you are crushing on Janelle’s new music just as much as we are. If you haven’t been that’s alright, but you have to watch this interview: Sourced from Youtube