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Interview with Beverly Johnson
Interview with Beverly Johnson
Interview with Beverly Johnson

Interviewing An Icon: Beverly Johnson

We all know Beverly Johnson as the first woman of color to grace the cover of Vogue magazine.   We also know her as one of the world’s first African American super models.  What we don’t know is that there is so muc...
 
 
Beauty
 
Sheree Flecther's Whoop Ash
Sheree Flecther's Whoop Ash
Sheree Flecther's Whoop Ash

Interview: Sheree Fletcher’s Whoop Ash Body Butter

You may have heard of Sheree Fletcher as the ex-wife of actor Will Smith and the new star of VH1’s reality series Hollywood Exes. What you may have not heard is that she is a wife of a Preacher, Mother, and budding business wom...
 
 
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young black man2
young black man2

Does Teaching Your Son To Have Swag Affect His Future?

hile scanning through my Facebook statuses recently, I noticed a reoccurring theme from many of the African American parents with sons.   They want their son to look “cool”.   So much so that they purposely dress them in expens...

 
 
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How to Transition Your Child into Natural Hair
How to Transition Your Child into Natural Hair
How to Transition Your Child into Natural Hair

Tips For Progressing Your Child Into Natural Hair

Natural hair has become very popular among African Americans.  For the mothers who are considering moving their children over into the natural hair arena, they should consider the following hair styling tips listed in the secti...
 
 
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Black-Man-White-Woman
Black-Man-White-Woman
Black-Man-White-Woman

Do Black Men Treat White Women Better?

“People treat you the way you teach them.” My grandmother would tell me this often when she was bestowing jewels of advice to me in regards to love and dealing with men.   She also often instructed me to never beg a man to love...
 
 
Beauty
 
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pretty-woman-looking-into-mirror
pretty-woman-looking-into-mirror

Black Women and Mainstream Society

If I could offer every Black women in America any advice about self esteem, it would be to forego any thoughts of defining your self worth and self esteem via outlets like the mainstream society. Bleh. It is a trap that only le...