Buy Black: Tame the Curls and Fro

Posted by Tolanda Monique on September 15, 2020 As a woman dealing with natural hair since grade school at the age of 13, there were a lot of products that I went through to attempt to make my hair grow beautiful in its natural state. Natural hair comes in different curl patterns, length, and texture,…

Unsigned Indie Talent Tee Slaves Set To Launch Her Second Musical Project Born Woke

Born Woke will be available for digital streaming and downloads onlyInterviews + Performance opportunities available Find her on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/4cV8NKVAQKhSLPafv0YTHF Find her on Apple Music: https://music.apple.com/us/artist/tee-slaves/1490075035 Watch her music videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S4o6Ieevcc0 , https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CR34FhVOhRo Do you support female artists? Let us know in the comments below! PLAY BORN WOKE ON AUDIOMACK!

When Black Audiences Called, Netflix answered

When I was younger, I enjoyed animes, cartoons and real live action shows. I used to run home after school to watch shows and I cried if I missed them. Sure, I had a VCR but I didn’t like them back then (might be dating myself…). I definitely did not envision that we would no…

LGBTQ Network Revry and Xfinity Present The Beltway Pride Screening Series, Featuring This Month: Vintage, an LGBTQ Look Into Black Families

Revry, the first global queer streaming network, today announced a new partnership with Comcast Xfinity’s Beltway Region to introduce The Beltway Pride Screening Series – a collection of six compelling films that explore life through the lens of the LGBTQ community. Thought-provoking panel discussions will follow each screening and highlight the unique needs and challenges that LGBTQ members…

Tyra subtly becoming a mogul

At first glance, that goal would seem impossible. Tyra is only known for one thing, which is being a supermodel. She started modeling when she was 15 years old and hasn’t stopped making moves since. She appeared in various magazine covers. She went from modeling to acting. Most notably appearing in Fresh Prince of Belair,…

Where to next with #BlackLivesMatter?

As cities across the country continue to paint #BlackLivesMatter across the streets and people continue to be invigorated about making change for the positive, how can we maintain this momentum and challenge the old establishment to make steps in the right direction to halt this systematic racial bias? Form a Lobby Group Lobbying political members…

Kalming PHragrances & Cannabidiol

Phagan Parker is a young Black woman who has started a career for herself in aromatherapy through her business Kalming PHrganges, LLC. A Scorpio born and raised in Murfreesboro, NC and now living in Charlotte, NC has been providing customers with calming fragrances that have healing benefits for 2 years. In this interview, learn of…

The Disc Jockey in 2020

DJ’ing is a part of Black culture that has withstood the test of time. From using old vinyl records to computerizing additional beats, DJs have always and continue to get crowds lit and dancing. Nikalas Graves is a 25 year old Gemini out of Hampton, Virginia known for his interviews, getting parties jumpin, and musical…

How Can I Support #BlackLivesMatter Without Stepping on Any Toes?

Hashtag trends have tremendous power in 2020. Modern times have made it critical to understand and respect the brilliance of a hashtag. However, misuse of a hashtag can render your business platform useless instead of boosting its presence. Keywords are important to SEO efforts in your digital media campaign. Working together with the use of…

A Week Of Somber, A Week Of Realness

From Jane Elliot to Killer Mike, this week has brought us more wokeness content one could imagine. We even got a visual from our fave, former President Barack Obama. We wanted to bring you sort of a recap of some of the amplified voices that may have missed. Brown Eyes Blue Eyes teacher Jane Elliot…

#TheShowMustBePaused Music Industry Stands In Solidarity With National Protests

“Tuesday, June 2nd is meant to intentionally disrupt the work week,” they wrote. “The music industry is a multi-billion dollar industry. An industry that has profited predominantly from Black art. Our mission is to hold the industry at large, including major corporations + their partners who benefit from the efforts, struggles and successes of Black…