Hidden Figures Movie Review

So I finally got around to see Hidden Figures, and it was everything I had imagined. Walking out of the theater, I felt 10 feet tall. It was as if Dorothy, Katherine, and Mary said directly to me, go do it, sister. While I am not in the STEM field, I was still largely inspired […]

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The Art of Noire Care

It has become part of our DNA as black women to put those around us ahead of ourselves. We often live in the shadow of the superwoman, striving to be the person that heals all and yet we do not find time to heal ourselves. We like others, feel hurt and pain and often feel […]

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5 Career Lessons to Learn from Black Women Scientists & Engineers

Contrary to popular beliefs, millennials are contributing to society in a major way, by using their education to create a better future. Our generation is often criticized for not being interested in taking entry level positions and staying with one company 20 years, we are however using our education to create our own career paths […]

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Book Review Sassafrass Cypress & Indigo by Ntozake Shange

 The tale of Sassafrass, Cypress, and Indigo by Ntozake Shange features a day-in-the-life account of three southern sisters as they each approach defining moments in their lives. We begin the novel with the youngest, Indigo, who is very connected to her ancestors and the slaves that “were ourselves.” She believes in the power black people […]

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If you like Daily Affirmations and Dope Beats Meet Tracy G

 Tracy G. is the newest female voice on Sway In The Morning show on SiriusXM’s Shade4. On the show, Tracy G “provides commentary and correspondence for MTV, VH1, BET, FUSE, REVOLT and other various media outlets.” While she is an expert on pop culture, she “is mega passionate about: PERSONAL WELLNESS, FITNESS, FEMALE EMPOWERMENT, the […]

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