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 … Continue reading
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Who is Spectechular-IT? Spectechular-IT comprising of 3 partners with Rudzani Ndou representing the company. We are a mobile Information Technology Company that specializes in Apple Support that includes software updates , mail issues and Training for Mac users . We also Support Windows devices. What made you take the first step to become entrepreneurs? Having served … Continue reading
Holiday Gift Guide 2016
We’re really excited to be sharing our first holiday gift guide. As advocates for small businesses, we’re elated to bring our favorite businesses to you. Support small business and Happy Holiday shopping! http://bit.ly/2ggDnFD 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
Rafaela Silva: Journey To GOLD!
Black girl magic all around the Olympics! If it’s not Simone Biles, it’s Simone Manuel, and if it’s not Gabby Douglas its this inspiring young woman from Brasil. Watch: 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
Black Hair Matters: Beauty In The Braid:
Shani Crowe’s African-Inspired Braids Are Absolutely Mesmerizing! Video by HuffPost Black Voices Facebook Page Continue reading
15 Things Made By Black Women
Sometimes we need a reminder of just how amazing and magical we are. We hear great stories of black men creating and inventing things, but not enough about things black women created. So here’s a list of 15 things made by black women, put together by For Harriet’s, Editor In Chief, Kimberly Foster. Watch the … Continue reading
VIVA CUBA! 48 Hours In Havana
In Havana Vieja, houses some of the most beautiful Spanish colonial architecture in the world. With a population over 2 million in the Capitol city. Havana is the cultural, political and economic epicenter of the island. Few cities in the world surpass Havana’s charisma and architecture. The city offers several attractions, museums, white sand beaches, and … Continue reading
Erica Finney; The Style Refresh
We love inspiring stories from amazing people across the globe who are doing great things. This week’s feature focuses on Erica Finney, the owner of The Style Refresh LLC. TSR offers various wardrobe consulting services, such as personal styling, special occasion shopping and the DDK package, which stands for Dump, Donate, Keep. Who is Erica Finney? … Continue reading
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