The Creative Collective NYC closed out its three-city tour of CultureCon, otherwise known as the ‘The Ultimate Creative Homecoming’ in New York City over the weekend. CultureCon has become the fastest-growing conference for multicultural creatives with only five years under its belt. Founder and media executive, Imani Ellis brought out Continue Reading
Ya’ll Celebrating Thanksgiving Or Nah?
As we continue the year with political unrest and social injusticeamongst everything going on in 2020, it’s hard to say what exactly theHolidays will look like this year. As the true atrocities of Thanksgivinghave come to light over the years many, have chosen not to celebrateat all or completely replace Continue Reading
November Book Of The Month: More Than Enough By Elaine Welteroth
There is always that one book that we read at just the right time in our lives. More than Enough by Elaine Welteroth was that book for me during the quarantine this summer. It gave me chills because it was everything I needed and more. From her journey to stepping Continue Reading
Book Of The Month: A Certified Page Turner: Vanishing Half By Britt Bennett
In celebration of National Read-A-Book Day, I want to share with you one of my new faves The Vanishing Half By Britt Bennett. The Vanishing Half has been on my ‘books-to-read’ list for a while now and when the New York Times best-selling author was on Good Morning America recently, Continue Reading
Mompreneur Spotlight: Sabrina Barrett- CEO / Co-founder of ‘Girls with Technology’
Momma of twins, dedicating her time to her passion to change the landscape of STEM-focused corporations. Sabrina Barrett started Girls for Technology back 2015, after which, she was hit with a stroke that had her bed stricken for some time. Sabrina had to learn how to walk again, which was a Continue Reading
Are You Cleaning Your Produce Like You Clean Your Meat?
Going to the farmer’s market is legit one of my favorite pass times. ESPECIALLY, the International Farmers Market in Decatur, GA. After relocating to North Carolina from Atlanta (and D.C.), I realized how spoiled I was with their expansive selection of fresh, exotic fruits and veggies. I miss it so Continue Reading
Revamping Your Resume? One Hiring Manager Shares Tips To Help Your Resume Stand Out
I know sis, you feel like Sunshine Anderson, “Heard it all Before” when it comes to updating your resume. It’s likely that if you are reading this, that you haven’t had to search for a new role in a while as just last year the national B.C. (Before Corona) unemployment Continue Reading
Mompreneur Spotlight: Krystal Duhaney, CEO and Founder of Milky-Mama.com
In celebration of National Breastfeeding Month, Black Business Month, AND National Wellness Month, we wanted to spotlight a triple threat MamaWoman who embodies each of these efforts while also creating positive social impact. And we couldn’t think of a better Mompreneur to spotlight than Krystal Duhaney, CEO and Founder of Continue Reading
Summertime Fine: Lighter Makeup Alternatives For Every Hot Girl
We made it to August ya’ll!!!!…and still dealing with COVID *eye roll*, buts it’s okay. We are making adjustments and “keep on keeping on (ya’ll remember that song that kept singing in A Different World??) Anyway, we still out here trying to be cute, wearing makeup under our masks, IN Continue Reading
Ms. Monica’s Circle Time is Leading the Charge in Virtual Learning for Kids!
Are you a mama looking for fun and unique learning reinforcement for your energetic, curious toddler? Are you an early childhood educator looking to supplement your curriculum with skill-based enrichmentactivities? BlackEducatorMagic! It is inspiring and extremely necessary for all children to see a beautiful, Black woman leading the charge in Continue Reading