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Reactionary Culture

Neely Fuller Jr says in his book, The United Compensatory Code System Concept, that Black culture is a reaction to White Supremacy.  The first time I read the book, I did not understand what he meant, the second time it became  more clear. 848 more words

My Father is Not Your Baba (and Other Funny Stories)

Inevitably, when working with your family, there are going to be cringe worthy moments of either complete embarrassment or disaster. Before embarking on joining my father, I wasn’t sure what to anticipate as far as our work relationship was concerned. 504 more words

Red Star Collection/Olori Swim... Issa NO for me!🙅🏿🙅🏿.... Receipts Inside.

I enjoy supporting black businesses, and I enjoy reviewing the items I’ve purchased from them so that regular customers like myself (Not a YouTuber who gets the pick of the litter, or the blogger with 500 followers) can get an idea of what they’re purchasing, whether to invest in it, or if it’s a buyer beware situation. 479 more words


YCS featured on DefCon Jive Podcast

By Erika, Fashion Expert

I’m incredibly excited about today’s blog post because it’s dope on so many levels! I had the opportunity to chat with Scott (aka Cannon) from the DefCon Jive podcast about all things YCS and XVI I XIV (Sixteen Fourteen); and, that interview is featured on… 367 more words

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Moving On Up (...To the West Side)

For the past four years, we’ve been operating out of an office nestled in a large, cozy house. It has seen the business grow from one full time employee to four. 719 more words

Make No Mistake: YOU ARE AT WAR

If you’re a Black man … make no mistake about it… you’re at war.
In fact, you’re surrounded. But don’t despair, because this–for you–for you, is great opportunity. 1,419 more words

How to Take Your Online Marketing to the Next Level With Virtual Assistants

In this era of the Digital Age, more and more people are turning to the Internet to increase their marketing exposure.  So what is the problem?  599 more words