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Finding Love
It doesn’t matter whether a divorce was amicable. People never get married with the intention to get divorced. No matter who you are, it can be a bit of a challenge to find love after getting out of a relationship where you had both promised each other a happily ever after. 
Angela Yee announced that she will be iHeart Media’s longest-running morning show and podcast, “The Breakfast Club.”
Serena Williams is Retiring from Tennis
The United State’s athletic pride in the world of tennis is saying goodbye to the sport that she has known since 14 years old.
Changing the face of surfing, and giving Black women the opportunity to fall in love with the sport is exactly what Textured Waves is up to.
Serena Williams
“We invest in women, we invest in women of color, we invest in people of color,” Serena Williams describes her investment ethos.
Tennessee House Minority Leader Karen Camper announced that July 16 has been enshrined as a state holiday dedicated to Ida B. Wells.
“If you’re Black, stay back; if you’re brown, stick around; if you’re yellow, you’re mellow; if you’re white, you’re alright”. This was a playground rhyme that was tossed around as if it was a harmless childhood soundtrack to accompany hopscotch, jump rope, and jacks. Schoolyard chatter taught me a...
Despite limited access to equal opportunity, Black women have always gone above and beyond to establish themselves as pioneers across industries. From running for office to running businesses, Black women have consistently exemplified excellence in leadership roles throughout history. As of 2021, Black women are the fastest-growing demographic of...
Shantera L. Chatman is a powHERhouse in the corporate world and beyond. As the president of PowHer Consulting, founder of HERWay Retreat, founder and executive director of the Chatman Women’s Foundation, and writer of the books “emPowHering YOU: 12 Tips for Finding Your Voice,” “PowHer Play: A Women’s Empowerment...
There has been a noticeable rise in Black business ownership since the beginning of the pandemic, and Black women are fueling it.  At the start of the pandemic, Black-owned businesses suffered. Between February and April 2020, Black business ownership dropped by more than 40%, the most significant drop of any...
 Disney properties may be the “happiest place on Earth,” but they certainly haven’t been the most diverse.  Downtown Disney, adjacent to the Disneyland property in Anaheim, California, features a row of unique eateries, upscale shops and entertainment for the park's guests.But the shopping mecca has been trying to bolster...
Opinion Piece By Rev. Rhonda Thomas President Biden made headlines when he announced at the end of January 2022 that he would nominate a Black woman to the U.S. Supreme Court. Retiring Justice Stephen Breyer created the vacancy. After the announcement, there was understandable praise among persons favoring diversification on the...
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