Tynee Sims: Making Black History with a “Black-ass spirit” as host of Tynee Talks

Hey Ya’ll! I’m Tynee from TyneeTalks Blog and Podcast Exactly How Does One Make Black History? When I was approached to write how I am making Black History in 2018, initially, I was extremely excited, and then fear creeped in. I questioned myself. Was I really worthy of such a task? I had to sit back and think about what Read More …

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Crystal Ferguson: From Uber Driver to CEO and Private Chauffeur

Forget Uber Call Elegant Chauffeurs When thinking of a paid car ride in today’s day and age, one of the first names to come to mind might be Uber, Lyft or another common app society somehow managed to convince you to download. These apps were created in light of efficiency. There are so many people trying to get from point Read More …

A Visual Reminder of the #BlackGirlMagic Created in January 2018

Oprah says NO To #Oprah2020: “I’m not interested. I don’t have the DNA for it.” https://t.co/PFFRv6VFJ7 — Black Girls Allowed (@BlkGirlsAllowed) January 26, 2018 You Can Thank Us Now: Black Women Are Trending And It’s More Than A Moment https://t.co/8xVkMajkjp #BlackGirlMagic #BlackGirlsRock — Black Girls Allowed (@BlkGirlsAllowed) January 28, 2018 Dora Milaje #BlackPanther pic.twitter.com/YrpyECcqNV — Marvel Studios (@MarvelStudios) January 30, Read More …

Najya Williams: Afro-Caribbean Harvard Student Making Black History “Loudly and Without Pause”

Najya Williams: “Black History is made everywhere, everyday”… Black History has often been reduced to the works of Harriet’s Tubman, Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., and Malcolm X, as well as other notable figures. While their works are among the most significant, society has reduced the diversity of our history to a handful of people who were able to grab Read More …

The Black Female Gaze Explained

By Isha Mckenzie-Mavinga The gaze has been known as a way of understanding how the look (knowledge, opinions, beliefs, etc.) of the other affects the individual and how this look or response influences the receiver. I am wondering why Black women expressing their feelings and challenging the status quo are often viewed as aggressive rather than progressive. This response could Read More …

7 Tips For Black Women to Live a Happier Life

  By Tinisha Johnson In this day and age when the world is changing, technology is advancing, and years have passed by in a blink of an eye, Black women may wonder about the future and how it will directly impact them. Today’s Black women are beginning to realize that change in the world, and they want a positive piece Read More …

I Am No Victim: Changing the Narrative Surrounding Survivors of Abuse

I Am No Victim: Changing the Narrative Surrounding Survivors of Abuse “Why didn’t you say anything?” This was the question asked when I first told someone that my ex was emotionally and sexually abusive. They didn’t ask me how I was doing. Or if I needed any support. Instead, they questioned my truth because it took too long. That question Read More …

10 Lies Black Women Tell Themselves

10 Lies Black Women Tell Themselves By Doris Taylor 1. White women are stealing Black men. Trust me, no one is stealing them. It’s their choice to date outside of their race. And so what if they are? Love is love and it comes in all colors, shapes, and sizes. Sistas need to stop snarling at Caucasian women who choose Read More …

5 Memorable #BlackGirlsAllowed Moments of 2017

  5 Most Memorable #BlackGirlsAllowed Moments of 2017 In 2017,DangerousLee.biz became BlackGirlsAllowed.net Why? The short story is that I’m sick of White people and men. Keep reading for the long story. Scroll down if you’re anything like me and hate reading the commentary before list posts. If you see Carly Simon and Taylor Swift you’ve gone too far. This website Read More …

FaLessia Booker: A Courageous Flint Woman Living with Water on the Brain

FaLessia Booker and I go back a bit and we have always been supportive of each others work but I’ve never known the full scope and struggles of her story. FaLessia Booker is a freelance writer and editor living in Flint, Michigan. She works as the Editorial Director of Courageous Woman Magazine and volunteers as Editor in Chief for Martha Read More …

Danielle Sanders Explains Why Black Women Need Safe Spaces and How Toxic Masculinity Kills

Chicago native, Danielle Sanders, has created a online safe space for Black women in the form of her website, The Sum of Many Things – for the woman who does it all where she shares her favorite things to live a balanced life. It’s also a lifestyle and personal development blog, so if you find yourself in need of uplifting, Read More …