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CurlyCam Camille Rahatt


Blavity books reporter and free-lance writer based in Atlanta.

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12 Must-Read Memoirs From Dynamic Black Women In Media And Entertainment

Memoirs can be gateways into the minds of some of our favorite entertainers, activists and socialites. While there are countless stories out there to revel in, many powerful Black women in media have made a lasting impression on society. Through intimate confessions about their personal growth, these women are showcasing their career experiences, love, survival, and what it means to be...

Why Are Folks Still Telling Women To Smile? Artist Tatyana Fazlalizadeh Unapologetically Calls Out This Issue In Her New Book

Tatyana Fazlalizadeh is an artist and activist based in Brooklyn, New York, who recently released her first book, Stop Telling Women to Smile, in February 2020. Stop Telling Women To Smile, tells the stories of women who have been victims of street harassment. In the book, the Black-Iranian creative from Oklahoma City addresses various forms of rampant harassment and the proactive...

Exclusive: Teresa Caldwell, Bow Wow's Mom And Manager, Opens Up About Motherhood And Overcoming Abuse In New Memoir

Many know Teresa Caldwell as the mother and manager of hip-hop artist and entertainer Bow Wow, but she is much more than the "momager" of a superstar. Caldwell is a businesswoman with several companies, an aspiring public speaker and soon-to-be published author. She recently sat down with Blavity in an exclusive interview about her upcoming debut memoir I Once Was Her. In...