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How Artist Chinaka Hodge Uses Her Voice To Inspire The Next Generation of Black Creatives

Hodge shares creative advice on how up-and-coming talent can work on their own terms.
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Kahlana Barfield Brown Is An Iconic Beauty And Fashion Trendsetter Who Is Playing By Her Own Rules

Kahlana Barfield Brown talks about fashion, beauty, and her new eyelash collaboration with Huda Beauty in Sephora stores now.
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How Freddie Ransome Is Bringing A Fresh Face And Her Best Self To The World Of Beauty

You may recognize Freddie from her viral YouTube videos, but this beauty is breaking all the barriers.
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Dieticians Jessica Jones And Wendy Lopez Share Tips On How To Live Healthier Lifestyles

The multimedia platform, Food Heaven Made Easy, helps people to transform the way that they eat and take care of themselves.
Brianna Rhodes
 • a year ago

The US Open’s Fan Week Isn’t Just For Tennis Fans: Here’s Why Everyone Should Gather Their Crew And Go

The free week-long event will be full of celebration, tennis and fun.
Brianna Rhodes
 • a year ago

How Barefoot Is Celebrating Black Women And Inclusivity Through Its Platform ‘Project Purple Light’

The brand is encouraging people to submit content using the #ProjectPurpleLight hashtag to create an art gallery inspired by black women.
Brianna Rhodes
 • a year ago

This One-Day Innovation Summit Is Everything A Woman Of Color In Tech Needs

The 2019 Innovation CO-LABoration conference, hosted by AnitaB.org, seeks to help women of color in the tech industry succeed.
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 • a year ago

How I Learned to Fully Embrace That MY Black Is Beautiful

We are not the words dictionaries still use to define us.
Naturi Naughton
 • a year ago

Here’s How You Can Help Save A Life This World Sickle Cell Day

St. Jude is bringing awareness about how the disease affects African-Americans in the country.
Brianna Rhodes
 • a year ago

How Motown Has Impacted Black Music Over Its 60 Year History

The “Sound of Motown” lives on forever.
Brianna Rhodes
 • a year ago

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