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Gavriela Powers – Not a Doormat.

A millennial born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee, Gavriela Powers grew up as a minority in a poverty-ridden neighborhood with parents who were caught...

What does Black History Month mean to you?

Tahanee Sayyid is an Author, Relationship Columnist, and multi-passionate creative woman who offers women logical resolutions, methods, and suggestions to accomplish a positive outcome...

Black Artivism

MMXX: The Black Artivism Capsule is a curated collection of art made by Black creatives worldwide during the 2020 pandemic. Exploring art by photographers,...

How A Victim of Trafficking Found Her Voice, And How You Can Too

I was taught at a young age that my role on the earth was to serve my husband, put my own desires aside, and have as many children as possible. At the age of 23, I met my trafficker, and today, I have found my voice again.

Women in Business Wednesday: Charlotte L. Jenkins

A survivor who will never give up! Charlotte L. Jenkins is an award-winning children’s author, literary consultant activist, website developer, graphic designer, and a...

Women in Business Wednesday: Rachel Stewart

“I spiraled into every kind of eating disorder that you can think of during my 15-year battle with my weight and my body. Finding...

Women In Business Wednesday: Lentina Rogers

Intelligent, industrious, and serious about uplifting the community! Lentina Rogers is one mentor, author, and coach that naturally lights up the room and creates...

It Is What It Is

Worry and anxiety overtake so many of us daily. Many times, we worry about things that we have absolutely no control over. Though things...

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