Reading Time: 5 minutes Welcome to sunny San Diego! Arguably one of the best cities in the United States, SD is famous for its historic Gaslamp District, beautiful beaches, and proximity to Mexico. One quality that it’s not known for is its diversity–especially for African Americans, who only make up 6.4% of the entire city’s Continue Reading
Reading Time: 5 minutes This year I was invited to attend Curl Fest NYC as media and see for myself what this curly conference had to offer. I listened to speakers, danced in the concerts, stuffed my bag with as many freebies as humanly possible, and most importantly was surrounded by other beautiful, black, Continue Reading
Reading Time: 7 minutes black experience
Reading Time: 10 minutes The full transcribed 30-min interview with Woni Spotts, the first black women to visit every country in the world. Read about her story, safety tips, and more.
Reading Time: 8 minutes Woni Spotts in her first interview. Find out who she is and why she has a claim to be the very first black woman to visit every country in the world.
Reading Time: 6 minutes Today we have Nadji, who can be described in 3 words—young, black, ADVENTURE. Read on to learn about his life as 25-year-old black adrenaline junkie.
Reading Time: 11 minutes If you search on Pinterest for “curly hair travel tips” the Top 10 results are tips from blonde girls with wavy hair. Or better yet, blonde girls with straight hair offering to teach you how to use a curling wand into a carry on. As a black girl with curly Continue Reading
Reading Time: 8 minutes As the world becomes increasingly globalized, connections increase exponentially. Love connections, that is. Which has resulted in 2018, as much as 7% of the U.S. population now being considered “multiracial”, having genetics from two or more distinct racial groups. This is referred to as mixed, mixed raced, multiracial, biracial, and Continue Reading