What’s Your Girl Power? The Power of Girls is Developing the Next Generation of Global Leaders

What’s your girl power? Have you really thought about your power and how you can use it to build others up? One inspiring Atlanta woman has and she’s transforming the lives of young girls one international trip at a time. Tameka Kee is the Founder & CEO of the Power of Girls, a nonprofit organization based in Atlanta, Georgia whose mission is to serve, inspire … Continue reading What’s Your Girl Power? The Power of Girls is Developing the Next Generation of Global Leaders

7 Women of Color Who are Killing the Fitness Game on Instagram

From politics to Hollywood, diversity and inclusion have become some of the most important topics of discussion over the last few years. While companies and brands are making the effort to become more equitable, it’s important that we continue to draw attention to the issues at hand until everyone has representation on TV, in magazines, and at Fortune 500 companies. That is why our goal is to ensure that everyone … Continue reading 7 Women of Color Who are Killing the Fitness Game on Instagram

Deborah Joy Winans Shares Her “Worthy Aha Moment” Ahead of the Premier of ‘Don’t Waste Your Pretty’

Deborah Joy Winans is pure melanin magic. Most fans know her from her role as Charity on OWN’s Greenleaf, a woman who was naïve and often struggled with who she was. We get to experience the soulful songstress as a more vibrant and confident character as a lead in TV One’s original film Don’t Waste Your Pretty. The film is based on the eponymous book … Continue reading Deborah Joy Winans Shares Her “Worthy Aha Moment” Ahead of the Premier of ‘Don’t Waste Your Pretty’

Jhene Aiko to Host the Grammy’s Premiere Ceremony

For the first time in history, an album of the year nominee will host the Grammy’s Premiere ceremony. 3 X Grammy nominee Jhene Aiko will be hosting center stage at the telecast event on March 14th at noon PT. Yes, that’s right! You read correctly! The 32-year old R&B singer will be hosting the ceremony, where most of the awards will be handed out. The … Continue reading Jhene Aiko to Host the Grammy’s Premiere Ceremony

Michelle Obama Announces New Kids Show Coming to Netflix

Former first lady Michelle Obama has teamed up with Netflix once again to launch a new children’s show called Waffles +Mochi. The show is all about good food: discovering it, cooking it, and of course, eating it. These two will take us on adventures all around the world to explore new ingredients and try out new recipes. Waffles and Mochi have dreams to learn to … Continue reading Michelle Obama Announces New Kids Show Coming to Netflix

Filmmaker Breion Moses Selected as One of South Florida’s Most Influential and Prominent Black Women

Breion Moses is a woman of influence and impact. A true force to be reckoned with, Moses is the Founder and CEO of Seven Hillz Productions and the visionary behind the ReelBack Film Summit. Seven Hillz is a full production company that prides itself in creating quality projects. Innovation at its best, ReelBack is the first film summit that focuses specifically on HBCU graduates and … Continue reading Filmmaker Breion Moses Selected as One of South Florida’s Most Influential and Prominent Black Women

Naturally Restoring Your Skin and Hair with Black Owned Beauty Brand Aari & Co.

Your new favorite black owned beauty brand is here! The recently launched Aari & Co. provides a nourishing, herbal infused experience for your skin and hair. Offering a collection of products that are toxin-free, cruelty-free, environmentally friendly with ethically traded ingredients, Aari & Co. is committed to creating safe and transformative results. Tell us about the Aari & Co. story. A few years ago my … Continue reading Naturally Restoring Your Skin and Hair with Black Owned Beauty Brand Aari & Co.

Q. Nicole McNair Empowers and Equips the Next Leaders in Cannabis

Women of color have emerged as leaders in the cannabis industry, reclaiming power from a substance that has contributed to the mass incarceration of their communities. This is powerful. According to the National Conference of State Legislatures, 36 U.S. states have legalized cannabis for medical use, and 14 states (plus Washington, D.C.) have legalized cannabis for recreational use for people over 21 years old. Within those … Continue reading Q. Nicole McNair Empowers and Equips the Next Leaders in Cannabis