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Black Opal Beauty Launches Shop For A Cause Campaign To Help Support Education In The Congo

Who doesn't love a good cause, sis? Especially when it benefits young, Black Queens. Black Opal Beauty (BLK/OPL), the global brand that redefined beauty for Black women, is combining beauty and philanthropy with the launch of their 2019 online campaign, Shop For A Cause: The AKSANTI Collection. AKSANTI, which translates to “thank you” in...

Friday Feels: Enjoy This Exclusive Poem From Poet Mahogany L. Browne

Last month, in honor of World's Poetry Day, writer and curator, Mahogany L. Browne, shared an introspective poem for us all to enjoy. This month, Browne returns to gift us with a new poem. Please enjoy the following poem from poet, Mahogany L. Browne, entitled: Onion and Celery. Photo: Mahogany L. BrowneOnion and Celery by Mahogany L. Brownebefore my...

Fashion Anthropologist Mikaila Brown Partners With Airbnb To Showcase Black Culture Through Travel And Fashion Tours

Let it be known that Black culture is at the forefront of innovation and trends that blanket the world stage. The customs, arts, and social institutions deeply-rooted in the Black diaspora are all conditions positively pushing our society forward. And as a result, our achievements are well-worthy of celebration. The Common Thread Project is a uniquely experimental travel and...

Money Moves: Cardi B Drops Her Tips For Financial Success

(Alexa, play "Money" by Cardi B)If there's one thing Cardi B knows how to do, it's making money moves. When you look at Cardi's financial climb — from collecting dollars at strip clubs to making thousands on VH1's Love and Hip-Hop to earning millions as a Grammy-winning artist...

Clever Girl Finance Founder Bola Sokunbi Shares How To Overcome Credit Card Debt

April 1st marks the beginning of National Financial Literacy Month to highlight the importance of financial wellness and teach Americans how to establish and maintain healthy financial habits. According to a recent National Financial Capability Study (NFCS), nearly "two-thirds of Americans can’t pass a basic test of financial literacy." As we Black...