WOMEN'S MONTH ISN'T OVER!! Today's Women's month appreciation post goes to the FIRST Black First Lady of the United States---MICHELLE OBAMA! You want to know why she's so amazingly dope? I'll tell ya. Michelle graduated from one of the top 10 ivy league schools in 1985---Princeton University. She graduated from another ivy league school with … Continue reading Women’s Month Appreciation: Michelle Obama
featured image: variety.com Today's Women Month fact goes to Oprah Winfrey. EVERYONE knows who Oprah is, BUT if you don't, here's some of her history. She started her news career in 1976 in Maryland Baltimore when she hosted a talk show chat and eventually moved on to the morning show. After working for the station … Continue reading Women’s Appreciation Month: Oprah Winfrey
Featured image credit: goodreads.com The first Women's Month appreciation fact goes to the late Maya Angelou. She was most known for being a poet, writing her New York Best Seller memoir I Know Why The Caged Bird Sing. That book stayed on the Best Seller's list for two years, and which is the longest run … Continue reading Women’s Month Appreciation: Maya Angelou
TODAY is Women's Day and what that means is -- tis the month to celebrate the achievements of women worldwide. Women, "the power to create, nurture and transform." We, women, show selfless love, care, affection, and ignite the spirit of power and hope. Women are still struggling with getting respect and equality; from sexual harassment … Continue reading Women’s Day 2018
Todays Black History Fact is about Eartha Kitt. She was the original singer of the Christmas hit “Santa Baby” and was the first Black Catwoman in the Batman and Robin series in the 1960s. Eartha also played in Boomerang as Lady Eloise, Madame Zeroni in Holes and the voice of Yzma in The Emperor’s New Groove which won her … Continue reading Black History Fact: Eartha Kitt
It’s thats time of year again where black people get recognized only for one month. Now, there is Juneteenth that should give recognize worldwide by other races other than black people but that’s a different story. I will be giving out a black History Fact a 2-3 days a week for the following month so … Continue reading Black History Month is Here!!
Many black women wear the head wraps that get in touch with their ancestry and African Roots. Some just wear it for the fashion and when they don't feel like doing their hair---I'm guilty of that!!! SO here's some history: It originated in Sub-Saharan Africa, which is South Africa. The white race imposed the wearing of wraps as … Continue reading Why Do We Wear The African Head Wrap?