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Color Shouldn’t “COLOR” judgement

Colorism is prejudice or discrimination against individuals with darker skin tones. Typically, this occurs among people of the same ethnic or racial group. For example, colorism within the Black community says you’re too dark to be beautiful, or you’re too light to be black. It has been a serious emotional and psychological battle for all… Continue reading Color Shouldn’t “COLOR” judgement

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How Ayesha Curry Became a Dividing Factor on Black Social Media

  Ayesha Curry is wildly popular these days. Besides her being the wife of Golden State Warriors point guard and NBA star Stephen Curry, she also has her own cooking show on the Food Network and she also is a cookbook author.  Outside of Steph, she is definitely making a name for herself and doing… Continue reading How Ayesha Curry Became a Dividing Factor on Black Social Media

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I Did It… Again

It was Saturday morning. I had just woke up and the first thing on my mind was my job. I couldn’t even enjoy my weekend, because I was dreading going into my job and punching in at 7:45 in two days. I had been bothered for a few weeks which you know if read my… Continue reading I Did It… Again

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Set the Trend

Artwork by Thaddeus Coates @hippypotter Black girl don’t cry, they love you again they’re copying your hair, they wanna live in your skin. Wear your bamboo earrings proud, scream ya ghetto ass name out loud, rock ya long finger nails, with red polish you look amazing, they’re all astonished. Black girl don’t cry they’re following… Continue reading Set the Trend

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Using Search Engine Optimization (SEO) to Drive Traffic to Your Website

I’m trying to see us all win in 2019, so I wanted to supply my entrepreneurs with tips on how to make your business pop. Let’s face it, website traffic is super important if you want your business to grow. You can determine how well a business is doing online based on the traffic its… Continue reading Using Search Engine Optimization (SEO) to Drive Traffic to Your Website

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The Manipulative One

When I was in middle school I met a boy (or should I say man) named Ian Michaels. I was in the 8th grade and I was 14 years old, but of course he thought I was 17. Ian was 19 years old and he had no idea I was in middle school. This relationship was… Continue reading The Manipulative One