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For The Busy Reader: 30 Days, 30 Stories by Nia Forrester

Lately, it seems like everything that spews from my mouth is, “I ain’t got time…” And truthfully, I don’t. I’m working hella long hours only to come home and work even more on my side hustle. 96 more words

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California Dreamin... NOT Really

I was about to enter into a point in my life that would take me places unknown and test me in ways that I never imagined. 353 more words

Gary's Tea: Why Black Women Feel Betrayed By Shea Moisture [EXCLUSIVE VIDEO]

Shea Moisture is a beauty brand that has been supported by black women ever since it began. It has also always been marketed toward black women, and its rise in popularity was subsequently aided by black women. 198 more words

The Show

Happy Birthday Coretta Scott King

Coretta Scott King (April 27, 1927 – January 30, 2006) was an American author, activist, and civil rights leader.

The widow of Martin Luther King, Jr., Coretta Scott King helped lead the African-American Civil Rights Movement in the 1960s. 54 more words

Entertainment News

The Face of Shea Moisture?

So Shea Moisture tried it the other day.

Shea Moisture is a Black found hair care company whose target has been Black women and their hair. 681 more words

Why I'm Not Ready To Cancel Shea Moisture

SheaMoisture f*cked up.

I know it, you know it, and their CEO Richelieu Dennis knows it too.

On Monday, the Black-owned beauty company set off an internet firestorm after releasing an ad centered on the premise that “hair hate is real.” To illustrate that, the ad featured a woman who appeared to be biracial, along with two white women, one of whom talked about how hard it was to embrace her natural hair color of red as opposed to blonde. 1,442 more words

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