#TBT: February’s “BlackGirlMajik” Meetup, in Boston, Was Amazing

On February 20, the founder of BlackGirlMajik, Shydeia Caldwell, brought her cause of uplifting women of color to Boston’s Emmanuel College campus. Co-organized by the non-profit groups We Are The Ones and Encuentro Diaspora Afro, BlackGirlMajik, prior to the date, sent out an email blast to all Black women and women of color who wereContinue reading “#TBT: February’s “BlackGirlMajik” Meetup, in Boston, Was Amazing”

The Sneaker Releases That Celebrated Black History Month 2016 This February

It’s been declared by many online that this year’s Black History Month may have been the “Blackest” one yet. Beyonce snatched our just grown back edges with her “Formation” video and electrifying ode to The Black Panthers during the Super Bowl 50 Half-Time Show. Kendrick Lamar gave a compelling performance at the Grammys as he also tookContinue reading “The Sneaker Releases That Celebrated Black History Month 2016 This February”

Beyonce’s Pro-Black Movement Has Got Me Shook In The Best Way

I always knew Beyoncé had it in her to truly be revolutionary. Since the release of her album 4 with its lead single, “Who Run The World (Girls)”, I’ve been witnessing an enlightened, wanting to make a difference, and unapologetic celebration of (her) womanhood, Black womanhood, Texan roots, (her) sexuality, and increasingly socially defiant artist andContinue reading “Beyonce’s Pro-Black Movement Has Got Me Shook In The Best Way”