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    6 Unique Side Hustles You Can Begin Today

    Sometimes the main job just doesn’t cut it.  Sometimes, you just want some extra spending money.  Whatever the reason is, many of us often find ourselves looking for a side gig to supplement our incomes.  If that’s you, here are 8 side hustles you should definitely check out! Redbox Restocker Have you ever wondered who […] More

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    Black YouTube Cooking Shows You Should Subscribe To Right Now

    When it comes down to it, most people can appreciate a meal well done.  Even if you’re not exactly a “foodie” these YouTubers definitely know a thing or two about good meals, and that’s more than enough reason to check them out.  Food Heaven Show The Sweetest Vegan Cooking With Carolyn   Meso Making It […] More

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    Women’s History Month: 7 Black Women You Should Know About in TV & Film

    Ava Duvernay recently made history for being the first Black female director to be given a $100 million dollar budget for her film “A Wrinkle in Time”.  She is also the first Black female director to receive a Golden Globe nomination and have a film nominated for a Best Picture Oscar.  Here are 7 other Black women in TV and Film you should know about.

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    Women’s History Month: 5 Black Women Making History NOW

    In honor of Women’s History Month, we’ve selected 5 phenomenal women we thought you should know about.  Seun Adigun Seun Adigun (born 3 January 1987, Chicago, Illinois[1]) is a Nigerian-American track and field athlete who specializes in the 100 meters hurdles. She competed at the 2012 Summer Olympics but did not qualify from her heat. In 2016, she founded the Nigeria bobsled team.She […] More

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    5 Reasons Why Traveling Is Good For You Health

    Some people may be surprised to learn that travel is actually very good for your health.  Here are 5 health benefits of traveling we thought you should know about.    TRAVEL IS A NATURAL STRESS RELIEVER According to a 2012 Expedia survey, 89 percent of vacationers found they could let go of stress and just relax after […] More

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    These Sites Stream Content for the Culture

    Pretty much everyone has heard of Netflix & Chill, but if you’re looking for content curated especially for the culture, then look no further, these sites have what you’re looking for! KweliTv From the website: “KweliTV is an interactive streaming platform that shares the African Diaspora experience through dope, undiscovered documentaries, films, web shows, children’s programming, […] More

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    Instagram Is Bringing “Squad Goals” To Wakanda This Weekend

    #WakandaForever #BlackPanther

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    Wakanda will be the most visited place this weekend and beyond, and while some of us are going dolo, many of are hitting these Wakandan streets with our squads in tow.  Check it out.  #WakandaForever #BlackPanther A post shared by Kevin Ntoi (@kevinntoibeauty) on Feb 15, 2018 at 7:26pm PST Thanks @hbarnes and @brittanybarnes for giving […] More

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    Here’s Why Black Panther May Be The BLACKEST Film in History

    #WakandaCameToSlay is just one of the many dope hashtags trending on Twitter in celebration of Black Panther hitting the theaters this weekend.  Here’s a collection of Tweets from Black Twitter that show how hype we are for this film! We’re out here slaying in these Wakandan streets What movie are you here to see? Me: […] More

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    5 Communities That Were Influential to Black History & Culture

    If you’re a history buff or just someone with an interest in learning about the contributions of Afro-diasporic people in America, these communities are a great start. Greenwood, Oklahoma AKA Black Wall Street Greenwood, Oklahoma was a suburb of Tulsa, and in the early 18th century had become an epicenter of Black affluence. Black people […] More

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    These Celebs Show Love By Giving Back

    Tichina Arnold Tichina will always be remembered for her iconic roles as Pam on the hit sitcom “Martin” and later as Rochelle in “Everybody Hates Chris”, however, she should also be remembered for her philanthropic endeavors as well.  Tichina is the founder of the WE Win Foundation, an organization she started in honor of her sister […] More

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    6 Books To Read About the Past, Present & Future of Black Americans

    The Twelve Tribes of Hattie, Ayana Mathis From the publisher: In 1923, fifteen-year-old Hattie Shepherd, swept up by the tides of the Great Migration, flees Georgia and heads north. Full of hope, she settles in Philadelphia to build a better life. Instead, she marries a man who will bring her nothing but disappointment and watches […] More

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