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Dangerous Black Women

Top Story: Dangerous Black Woman – Lana Reid


Credit: Lana Reid

To be dangerous you must have some sort of influence.  I think what makes me more dangerous is that I know where my talent is and how to not abuse it.  I’m in the business of helping people find their inner peace and when you have the ability to teach someone how to be comfortable with who they are and can bring out the best in an individual…there lies a great source of power.

As a motivational speaker, when I step in front of an audience to speak or counsel an individual one on one, my desire is to always inspire greatness.  I sell real potential… in an imaginary jar. I have to convince people they can, when they feel that they can’t. I show people who have lost focus in life the direction back to their goals. People come to me to become better people and I hope I manage to touch people’s lives in this positive light by making them strive to live their life to the fullest.

In today’s world, it’s rare that we stop long enough to understand how helping another benefits the whole of society.  This is a “Me Me Me” generation that we live in. What makes me dangerous is that unlike stereotypes, I’m not a trouble maker or part of the problem but instead I fix troubled waters and I help people correct their problems.  Oh by the way, did I mention that I happen to be Black and a Woman.


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About Leigh Langston

I am the artist behind the #FeedArt Network, formerly known as the Dangerous Lee Network. I create social media marketing campaigns for artists and creative entrepreneurs. In 2013, The Dangerous Lee Network ranked in the top 11,000 websites in the U.S. according to Alexa. That same year the network received 3 million views. Content from the network has been featured on The TODAY Show with Kathie Lee & Hoda, has been nominated for four Black Weblog Awards and selected as a Top Fashion Blog to follow in 2013 and 2014. I am also the author of the Amazon best selling safe sex erotica anthology, "Keep Your Panties Up and Your Skirt Down" and an eBook on the affects of colorism, The Half Series: When Black People Look White.


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