ReCreatingHerStory Summer Book Club

Settle down and enjoy a good book this summer. This summer, I am making a goal to read a few new books! The list includes; Sassafras, Cypress & Indigo: A Novel by Ntozake Shange (June) Daughters of the Dust by Julie Dash (July) I Almost Forgot about You by Terry McMillan.  (August) Sign up for […]

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Beaded with Meaning, “I am because you are”, Introducing House of Yimama

  Meet Ms. Ntando Kunene, manager of House of Yimama. House of Yimama creates hand-made jewelry using an ancient beading process. The jewelry made by House of Yimama is inspired by the diverse cultures of Africa. Ms. Kunene, is of Zulu decent and many of her creations are specifically inspired by the Zulu Culture. House […]

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Support Black Owned Businesses

Few people realize the true spending power African Americans hold. According to Black Enterprise, the buying power of African-Americans was projected to be 1.1 trillion in 2015. A report conducted by the Nielsen company indicated that the average African-American income nationwide is $42,290. Calvin Harris Jr., president & CEO of the National Association of Black […]

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Peek-A-Boo Pretty Girl Slays with Saturday Night Love

 Last Saturday night, the ladies of Peek-A-Boo Pretty Girl hosted for a second year, Saturday Night Love, a party with art and a purpose.  This year the venue was popular night spot, Rue 77 located in downtown Columbia, South Carolina. This was an evening filled with great music, Spoken Word, live painting and fruity cocktails. […]

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Donate to the #1000BlackGirlBooks Drive

 Marley Dias, an 11-year-old from New Jersey has started an initiative to collect 1000 books featuring black girls as the main characters. Most of us have read in school Where the Red Fern Grows and Shiloh, but not many of us can say that the bulk of our grade school reading assignments featured black characters. […]

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