The burden of African-American names: Hi my name is Lakisha. I love my name. Apparently, America does not.
Today I read, “Your Name Says More About You Than You Think” in Mic.com. The story shared by the young women in the article is the story
We’ve already shown what might be the existence of a possible African-American underclass (read more about it here). Now you are wondering what can you do
I believe a African-American permanent underclass is here. Who are the underclass? According to Richard Florida’s article “The 66%: America’s Growing Underclass” 66% of Americans are in the
“Nobody can give you freedom. Nobody can give you equality or justice or anything. If you’re a man, you take it.” ~ Malcolm X Because
Yesterday I wrote a post about the rioting in Ferguson and how we need to focus on economic and political empowerment and this came on
Black women work just as hard as anyone else but unfortunately we are paid less for the same jobs, we take care of nuclear and extended family
Many of us are navigating the corporate world. Some of us are just joining the workforce while the rest of us are looking for new
When people ask me what do I believe in because I am an atheist I tell them I believe in the beauty and humanity of
Are you a Black woman who wants to start a business but have no clue what kind? Answering these questions will help
Are you one of those people who has an entrepreneurial spirit but you have no clue what business you should get into? Well this post
First of all I am not a natural hair diva. I am relaxed but I feel it is important to speak out about this issue.