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Journalist Monique John Discusses Career, Love, and Mental Health Through Her Drama Podcast Series

Love can be an exuberant, fulfilling, and positively intense experience. Many people might associate this feeling with how they see themselves or how others treat them, but what if love becomes toxic? What if it becomes dangerous enough that it affects your mental, emotional, and physical health?These were questions Monique John pondered during one of the most distressing times in her...

This Black-Owned Skin Care Line Is Challenging The Mainstream Beauty Representation Of Black Women

It comes as no surprise that Black women are the fastest-growing group of entrepreneurs in the United States. According to the Federal Reserve, Black women are the only racial or ethnic group with more business ownership than their male peers. This is a bracket social justice educator and entrepreneur, Sade Jean-Jacques, is proud to be a part of.Jean-Jacques is the CEO and Founder of...

Beautypreneur Africa Miranda Discusses Power Of Positioning And Purpose In Her Latest Book

How many of you have entered the New Year with a bucket list of resolutions along with the rest of the ones you had in the previous year? What kept you from completing them? Was it lack of time? Was it lack of motivation and resources? Or, was it fear itself? If you are worried about carrying that same behavior and mindset into 2019, I have just two words to help you: Africa...

The 7th Annual 'A Maven’s World Women’s Conference' Dished Out Tips To Help You Take Charge Of Your Career

Photo: A Maven's WorldJanuary is always a very interesting time of the year. Many might be looking to finally take action on their vision board goals, and some may have promised a better financial and professional situation for themselves.Mission: Secure the bagTwo weeks before the New Year, I stumbled upon a LinkedIn post by the founder of Femcove, Laurie Nicolas, that...

This Boston Community Activist Created A Platform For Self-Healing Through The Power Of Art

    PHOTO: Ellie LovePracticing the art of self-care and healing can be one of the most difficult yet rewarding experiences in life. Particularly within the African-American community, it is absolutely a necessity for the overall health and well-being. African-American history is deeply rooted in historical trauma that has ultimately led to unresolved anger,...