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We are sure that you may have been asked this question before if you have natural hair. See what these ladies have to say.
Honorary black mamma Jenifer Lewis talks about awareness, mental illness, sex addition and more. You have to watch this interview.
Chimamanda Adichie on the importance of language as a conduit to culture at the 2018 Igbo Conference. Watch the full video here.
“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.
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.
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 …
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 …
Patricia E. Bath, an ophthalmologist and laser scientist, is an innovative research scientist and advocate for blindness prevention, treatment, and cure. Born on November 4, 1942, in Harlem, Manhattan, Bath is the daughter of Rupert and Gladys Bath. Her father, an immigrant from Trinidad, was a newspaper columnist, a merchant seaman and the first black …
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.