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Black Blog of the Day: MD & Esquire

Growing up across the street from one another, Suzette Ikejiani and Tristin Brown remained close through middle and high school. Despite going to college in separate cities and settling into professional school in different states, they’ve continued to encourage each other in their pursuits. Now in their early 20s, a long way from New Renaissance…

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Young Millennial Impacting Young Lives through Baking: Bakingistherapy.org

My name is Katia Saintfort, founder and CEO of Baking is Therapy Inc. Baking is Therapy is a 501 (c)(3) mentoring organization that utilize baking as a form of self-therapy to provide physical, emotional, and social healing to at risk girls ages 11-18. As a young mentor and self taught pastry chef, my use of baking…

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Black Blog of the Day: Getting Back To The Cross

Hey guys! My name is Erin Porche and I am 20 years old. I have been praying for months about publishing my blog, apart of me was a little afraid of the judgment that might be passed on me due to the stories, both past and current that I would be going over. But then…

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Black Blog of the Day: r is for

Robin is the CEO/Founder of Evidence LLC, She also owns a successful nail and skin spa in Snellville, GA called Evidence Nail & Beauty Boutique and is currently working on her upcoming skin care line, the E project. Rob has been a beauty therapist & consultant for 18 years. she specializes in nail care and…

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Black Blog of The Day: “What’s Up Elly J?”

“What’s Up Elly J?” was created by Elyse Johnson aka Elly J in February, 2011. Wanting to create a site to that would challenge her as a writer, Elly created “What’s Up Elly J?”! In the beginning, Elly would write short posts about important topics, poetry, and would feature some of her colleagues speaking about…

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Comedy Web Series “Sit Black & Relax”

JUSTLATASHA ANNOUNCES COMEDY WEB SERIES PREMIERE Comedy vlogger JustLatasha creates, Directs, and Produces the upcoming comedy web series Sit Black & Relax. The series will premiere Monday, March 14th and every 1st Monday of each month on JustLatasha.com. This series expands the often narrow variety of roles for Black Women in film, and allows them…

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Black Blog of The Day: Nzo Califa Dance Works

My Mediumship of service ignites inquiry through the Dance, bridging a didactic quality of empowerment towards wholistic wellness and personal development. I am a 25 year Professional Teaching Artist, and Genealogist in field research of double-Louisiana heritage. Born in Oakland, CA on the cusp of the Civil Rights and Black Power movement weaves an inherit…

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Black Blog of the Day: Life After College: A Year Later and a Dollar Shorter

Just a girl obsessed with seeing her name at the byline, Life with JRDN is a personal/lifestyle blog by Jourdan Ash. Life with JRDN started during a time I was looking for a home for my thoughts. My blog is filled with everything from personal pieces, thrift guides and more!

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Black Blog of the Day: Why Black Women Should Pursue Their Dream Career

I grew up in Sweden as a black girl insecure about everything from my name that people couldn’t pronounce, to my height (Swede’s tend to be tall), and of course, my complexion. Movements such as ‘Black Girls Rock’ weren’t around back then and now in my 30’s I’m determined to live out my life loud,…

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Black Blog of The Day: Food Blog Breelicious Bites by Briana “Bree” White

My name is Briana “Bree” White. I am 32, years old. I have a Bachelor’s Degree in International Business and currently work as a Budget Analyst for the School District of Pittsburgh. I am the Treasurer of The Pittsburgh Black Media Federation and on the YWCA Young Leaders Board. In my spare time, I enjoy…

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