We have just opened up our lines to receive submissions from youth everywhere who are using arts music to inspire and motivate their peers. All are encouraged to submit their works to firstname.lastname@example.org for an opportunity to be featured on our website. Today, we are featuring a young woman from
Among the media, we more than often see women in “Body Posi” campaigns as the fore-front for the movement of self love and self worth. But in this age, we’re approaching something thats growing into a detrimental epidemic for the male species. Men are often force fed the idea to be
I’ve always hated the term “good hair”. As far as I am concerned, everyone’s hair is beautiful. We were all given a unique pattern, wave, hue, texture and density. We should embrace our one-of-a-kind locks. We should love them! As a black girl in a primarily white environment I trapped
I came across this video by Grace Salvánt on Facebook. Within the first few minutes of watching, you will get caught in the emotional testimony of a black queen struggling with an irresistible attraction to a white man. Read the back story below. #EraceTheHate Dear “William”, Just know it wasn’t
Have you ever wondered the difference between a sweet potato and a yam? Here’s your answer! Surprisingly, most of us have never eaten real yams before. Watch this video to see the comparison.
MU student Jonathan Butler began a hunger strike that would ultimately spark the support of the students and faculty of his university. His protest was motivated by a “lack of empathy” from the university president in a Post-Michael Brown climate on the campus. Yesterday, the University president, Tim Wolfe, resigned from
An Authentic Reflection #MondayMotivation #MusicMonday 11/02/2015 0 Comments Written While Listening to HELLO by Adele (Click to Read on Website #MusicMonday) It’s me. Thank you for taking the time to read this. You could be doing anything right now, but you’re spending time in your day reading what I’ve written.
As a love energy surrounds everyone in this downtown Washington, D.C. area, you can sense the power of unity. There is a power of people that came out to stand up for the same reasons. Everyone was courteous to one another and respected the positivity of this moment in history.
As we approach the 25th Anniversary of the Million Man March, I have come across some interesting articles about #BlackLivesMatter. What is #BlackLivesMatter? Is it a movement? Is it an organization? Is it effective? These are questions we all would love the answers to. Here are a couple snippets that
Taj Gray sat down to tell me how he completes the Power Two The Peaceful challenge with his business G.I.L.L.S. (Giving Individuals Life Learned Skills). “I always encourage ppl to get out and enjoy the water, learn how to swim. So, to reinforce those sentiments…” Taj hosted free lessons from