In case you haven’t heard yet, Barbados has a new prime minister and we are here for her! Mottley who is 52, becomes Barbados’ eighth Prime Minister and the first female to hold this position. Female leadership in the English-speaking Caribbean isn’t new. Mottley is the fifth female head of government following Dominica’s Eugenia Charles in 1980, …
“Do you taste like chocolate if I lick you?” Models Leomie Anderson, Khoudia Diop, Nyakim Gatwech and Ajak Deng describe the issues with being Black in the modeling and fashion industry.
Born to strict Nigerian parents, Yvonne determined to get married and intimate at 18. But her enthusiasm was diminished by her friends’ low expectations of sex. After getting “bamboozled by Jesus” in college, today Yvonne is a 33 year old virgin. We love the gems in this video.
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.
Ikal Angelei is a Kenyan politician, environmentalist and our #wcw today. Take a look at her story here: Sourced from YouTube
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
At the age of 25, WAGS Atlanta cast member, Hope Wiseman is the founder of Mary and Main a dispensary set to open up in Prince George’s County, Maryland, making Wiseman the youngest dispensary owner in the U.S.
Watch this video on Tara Burke on how the movement started and where it is headed. She is definetly our WCW today! Sourced from Youtube
Breakout Blacki-ish actress Yara Shahidi has become a fireplug not only in the film and television industry but also a force of the next generation. The Minneapolis born actress started her acting career at the tender age of six through various advertisements however her cinematic debut in 2009’s Imagine That saw her being nominated for …
With all the talks of Oprah running for president we thought that we should remind you that she wouldn’t be the first. Meet Shirley Chisholm, the woman who survived assassination attempts and battled racism to become the first woman to run for the Democratic presidential nomination in 1972. Sourced from YouTube