? We love featuring female entrepreneurs who are making a difference in their communities, and across the globe. Meet Raquelle Harris; a writer and editor who has an insatiable love for all media. She has contributed to various online publications such as For Harriet, Nia Magazine and Empire Life. Raquelle currently contributes to Rolling Out…
We love featuring female entrepreneurs who are making a difference in their communities, and across the globe. Meet Raquelle Harris; a writer and editor who has an insatiable love for all … Source: Sometimes You Gotta Get Write Down To It!
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Blacks experience blatant and subtle discrimination and mistreatment in their communities, in education, in the media, in politics (President Obama is continually disrespected), at their jobs, etc. The examples of white being alright are an ugly truth that can’t and won’t be ignored.
Once again, the holiday season is here and the festive shenanigans are in full effect. Although Thanksgiving comes before Christmas, we treat it like our side piece; we dig it but, it’s not as important as our main boo, Christmas. I enjoy the decorations and the celebrations, but I hate the financial pressure, the crowds, and the overall… Continue reading 10 Things for Which I Am Grateful
Last week, I ranted about “Fashion/Beauty Trends That Should End.” Many people seemed to agree with me, but I’m sure many others were feeling some kinda way about me dissing their beauty/fashion preferences. Well, this morning as my hubby teased me about how my weave sheds all over the house, I got to thinking about my… Continue reading Au Naturel or Nah
Ok, I am in no way an authority on beauty or fashion. I’m totally inept when it comes to certain things, but I do have an opinion about what looks good and what looks wack as hell! Certain trends can be dope, but people tend to take it to the extreme. Here are some that… Continue reading Fashion/Beauty Trends That Should End
Aside from discussions about Black history, when was the last time that you heard someone use the word, “Colored” when speaking about a person who is Black/African-American?
As I continue my journey to realizing my dreams, I’ve gained some new and refreshing experiences. My most recent feat is writing music/video reviews for SoulBounce. My love for music is being expanded as I am exposed to a variety of artists new and old. I’ve never done this type of writing before, so I’m… Continue reading The Journey Continues
Combining two of my passions is nothing less than a tremendous Blessing! I love Music and I love Writing! I recently debuted on a site named, SoulBounce. The site features all things connected with R&B, Hip Hop, Jazz, House, and Soul music. Check out my recent posts about Chris Brown and Janet Jackson; I’m looking… Continue reading Poetic Justice