We love featuring female entrepreneurs who are making a difference in their communities, and across the globe. Meet Raquelle Harris; a writer and editor who has an insatiable love for all media. She has contributed to various online publications such as For Harriet, Nia Magazine and Empire Life. Raquelle currently contributes to Rolling Out … Continue reading
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How Do You Form Relat(e)ionships?
Yes, I do realize that I inserted an “e” in the word relationships. I want to put emphasis on the root word, relate. The simple definition means: to show or make a connection between (two or more things); to understand and like or have sympathy for someone or something; to tell (something, such as story) … Continue reading
Americans Express Their Relationships With The Police
There’s nothing to fear but fear itself – unless it’s the police. Watch how Americans feel about the relationship between the people and the police. Video Source BuzzFeed News Facebook Continue reading
Are Cracker, White Trash, Redneck, Racist Terms?
We’ve heard the terms ‘White Trash’, ‘Redneck’ and alike time or two in our lives, but have these terms evolved into racial slurs. Franchesca “Chescaleigh” Ramsey may have the answer. https://www.facebook.com/plugins/video.php?href=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2FMTV%2Fvideos%2F10154027418291701%2F&show_text=0&width=560 Video source: MTV Facebook Page Continue reading
Detroit ‘N Hollywood Proudly Presents The 15th Annual Black Women’s Business Expo
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Wednesday, September 14, 2016 MEDIA CONTACT 313-871-1296 Detroit ‘N Hollywood Proudly Presents The 15th Annual Black Women’s Business Expo Detroit, MI (September 14, 2016) – It’s that time again for another soulful and self-enriching event. Detroit ‘N Hollywood has created this platform for celebration! They will be hosting the 15th … Continue reading
Can #blackgirlmagic Change The World?
Yelitsa Jan-Charles answers the burning question on everyone’s tongues. (Video is part of the TedTalks series) Continue reading
When The Africans Braid Your Hair
A hilarious video on that feeling you get when your hair gets braided! Enjoy! Video by EjSpeaks Facebook Continue reading
Behind The Business: REHAB The Blog
We love inspiring stories from individuals across the globe. Meet Tiana Rogers, born and raised in Ohio, USA, packed her bags and moved to Los Angeles, CA at the age 26. Fast forward to 28, Tiana is working in the hospitality business while writing daily. She started a blog called Rehab the blog and is … Continue reading
Working Woman Woes, Part 2
Indra Nooyi shared a letter her daughter had written at the age of four that expressed her desire for mom to come home and she spoke about it at the Women in the World Summit a few months back. She also gave her opinion for what society needs to do to solve this problem of … Continue reading
Behind The Business: Soulful Beginnings Tutoring
No matter what country you go to or what city you visit, you will undoubtedly find people who are “fighting the good fight.” The individuals fighting against police brutality. The women striving for equal rights. The women and mothers fighting for their black sons and husbands. Through various protests, marches, and other demonstrations, people everywhere … Continue reading
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