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16 Black Owned Plus Size Brands

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A study published in the International Journal of Fashion Design, Technology and Education, suggests that “the average woman now wears between a size 16 and 18, which corresponds to a Women’s Plus size 20W.” Before this study, most believed the average American woman was a size 14. This, however, is outdated information from over a…

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The Black Joy Project: Putting Smiles On Black Faces

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A few years after my great grandmother, Ramona passed away, my grandma, Maria, told me that the pain she felt from losing her momma was something she got used to. “Eso nunca se quita,” she told me as her eyes traveled to a time that seemed brighter. It never fully goes away. In February of…

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18 African Fashion Brands to Keep an Eye On

This month, Fashion Week events will be taking place in New York, Paris, London and Milan. Now more than ever, you can expect the presence of dope African Fashion brands or designs influenced by African culture. Here are just a few established and up and coming fashion brands on the Continent that you should get…

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21 Black Owned Businesses in Canada

Canada is known for many things. Currently, it’s best known as the place that everyone wants to move to if you know who wins you know what. Our North American neighbors should also be known for the many awesome Black owned businesses that exist there. Here are a few: Black Owned Businesses in Canada Frunil…

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Food Heaven Made Easy: Serving Healthy Food & Nutrition Advice

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If you’re like me, a large part of living a healthier lifestyle includes liking pics of healthy food on social media as opposed to actually cooking said healthy food. I’m trying to do better though, as most of us are. That’s why I reached out to the founders of Food Heaven Made Easy, the go-to…

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Dating while Black – Hard, but not Impossible!

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Dating is a complex topic in itself, one with nuances that can be discussed for hours on end from literally every angle. Compound the mystery of dating with “Dating while Black” and you have a unique set of challenges for any eligible bachelorette to conquer. As a Black woman, i’ve found dating while Black to…

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32 Black Owned Businesses in Atlanta

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Atlanta is home to many amazing Black owned businesses. Check out the ones we’ve listed and let us know which ones we missed! Black Owned Businesses in Atlanta City of Ink KTX Fitness Gymnetics Fitness Coze Iwi Fresh Garden Day Spa Nubiance Salon and Spa Atlanta Beauty Depot (Smyrna) Le Petit Marche Sublime Doughnuts E &…

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Nenna Joiner explains why Feelmore Adult Gallery is More Than Just a Sex Store

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We are bombarded with images of sex everyday in magazines, on television and the internet. For example, web pages like tubevsex provide adult content that millions of people consume every single day. However, the topic of sex is still considered taboo and is seldom discussed in many circles. One reason might be because of the…

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Leti Arts: Bringing African History to the World, one Superhero at a Time

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According to a recent report by global research firm Newzoo, gamers around the world will generate $99.6 billion in revenues in 2016. Poised to capitalize on this booming industry is Leti Arts, a Ghana and Kenya-based game studio that has been producing interactive media products since 2009. We recently had a chat with Eyram Tawia,…

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Zakiyyah Myers, Co-Founder of Innclusive, offers an Alternative to Airbnb

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Innclusive could be described as the online version of The Negro Motorist Green Book. The “Green Book” was a guide intended to help Black travelers avoid discrimination during the period of racial segregation.  It listed businesses that would accept Black customers and even provided a service that made lodging reservations for clients. Fast forward to…

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