Don’t Be Jealous, Just Attend Curl Envy Co’s Pop Shop

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Curl Envy Co has been creating quite the buzz in the city. This weekend everyone can see what the buzz is about at their Curl Envy Co Pop Up Shop in Atlanta, GA. Curl Envy Co’s Pop Up Shop tomorrow Read more

Author Spotlight: Tamara Mitchell-Davis

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Tamara Mitchell-Davis is an author, entrepreneur, wife, mother, and friend.  She holds a Masters Degree in Business Administration (MBA) and a professorial position within the community college system.  She teaches business courses on-campus, online and within the Department of Corrections.  Read more

Sex, Kids, Relationships


Sex is a natural part of human life.  We don’t have to deny it and we shouldn’t feel ashamed to talk about it.  As women, we’ve been so conditioned to think a certain way and act a certain way to Read more

Love Your Way Through It

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Is it selfish to say that I don’t have room for selfish people in my life? Because I don’t. My year of 2018 will be prosperous, because seeds have been planted. Not just within my brands, but within just about Read more

On the Shoulders of Giants: Elijah McCoy


Elijah McCoy was born to George and Emilia McCoy in Colchester, Ontario, Canada on May 2, 1844. The son of former slaves, he showed an interest in engineering at an early age, taking apart toys and other items, putting them Read more

Aspire Launching New Interview Series with ABFF Studios “Idols, Icons +Influencers”

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  Series host A.J. Calloway will be speaking to  acclaimed director Malcolm D. Lee in the premiere special ATLANTA – December 11, 2017 –  Aspire (@tvASPiRE), the network that reflects, shares and celebrates the experiences of black culture and urban lifestyle, announced today that Read more

Gather the Goddess Event Launches Tomorrow in Richmond (33)

  Richmond, VA (December 8, 2017)-Culture Society has created an event series, Gather the Goddess, as a safe space to empower women. The first event will take place in Richmond Virginia, December 9, 2017. Gather the Goddess is an event Read more

“The Black Eagle” Highlights: Tarana Burke and Doug Jones Interviews (32)

If you hadn’t had time to catch up on the latest episodes of Joe Madison’s radio show, The Black Eagle, here are the highlights from his interviews with Tarana Burke (founder of the #MeToo movement) and Alabama Senate candidate Doug Read more

On the Shoulders of Giants: NaNa Yaa Asantewaa

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Yaa Asantewaa was born in 1840 in the Ejisu-Juaben Municipal District, Ghana. She is widely known for leading the Ashante Rebellion against British colonialism. Yaa was appointed Queen Mother by her brother Nana Akwasi the ruler of Ejisu, an ethnic Read more

Wednesday Wonder Woman: Crystal Knox


Crystal Knox is a wife and stay at home mom of five and the founder and president of Unique Favor, LLC.  Life hasn’t always been easy Crystal. She was molested at the age of eight by her 17- year- old Read more

Senator Cory Booker Talks John Conyers’s Retirement and the New Tax Bill w/ Joe Madison

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Senator Cory Booker on Congressman’s John Conyers’ Retirement:   AUDIO: SEN. BOOKER: “Yes, so literally the news is just breaking, and so I’m hearing the details. I’ve heard some contrary things, but as I understand it now, he’s retiring or resigning Read more

Be Unapologetic


  Queen, be unapologetic You are fabulous, royalty at its best Be proud of all that you have accomplished Don’t let the Queenless come at you with their mess. Don’t downplay any of your gifts and talents These are God’s Read more



Atlanta’s got 99 problems, and it looks like mayoral candidate, Mary Norwood, might just be one of them! Last week, Rolling Out got hold of a jaw-dropping audio recording where Norwood used racially coded language during a Buckhead Young Republicans meeting back in June 2017. After urging people Read more

“We’re Going to Need More Wine” Book Review

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If you are looking for a good, funny read over the holiday break or at any time, Gabrielle Union Wade’s We’re Going To Need More Wine is perfect. I actually listened to the book on Audible when it first came Read more

Young, Black Advocate Explains How the Loss of a Parent Due to AIDS Inspires Her Work

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Today is World AIDS Day, and we were deeply touched by this post by Leteria Bailey. Bailey is the founder of Young, Black and Aware, an organization whose purpose is to bring awareness to racism in communities of color through Read more

African Diaspora in the US, UK and Canada Can Now Directly Purchase and Send Products Home Through Mall for Africa Platform


Just in time for the holiday shopping season, African diaspora living in the US, UK and Canada can now directly purchase and send products home to family and friends through the Mall for Africa e-commerce platform. This is a first Read more