Month: August 2018

This Psychologist Is Changing The Face Of Therapy For Black Women Written By: Miss D. “Rashai” Jones After realizing that many African Americans weren’t embracing the importance of mental health, Joy Harden Bradford, an Atlanta-based therapist and founder of the mental health platform Therapy for Black Girls, made it her life’s work to encourage more people to […]

Black Nurse Sues Major Hospital for Honoring a Patient’s Racist Request   Written By: Miss D. “Rashai” Jones Nurse, Teoka Williams, who worked at Beaumont Hospital in Dearborn for 10 years, but was very humiliated, embarrassed, and disappointed after an incident in the hospital accommodated a patient’s request to forbid her from taking care of the […]

Four African Aamerican Entrepreneurs Bring Funding Opportunities to Underfunded African American Entrepreneurs Written By: Miss D. “Rashai” Jones Ella Rucker, Xina Eiland, Tracey LaStell Slates, and  Nichelle McCall will be mentoring and training attendees of The Interactive Business Pitch Weekend to position and pitch their products and services. The Interactive Business Pitch Weekend is the collaboration of seasoned, experienced and successful professionals […]

    A Woman on a Mission to Host the First Ever Photography Conference For Black Photographers Written By: Miss D. “Rashai” Jones The Tomayia Colvin Education, is an online education platform for photographers, that features speakers of color and celebrates diversity is hosting its inaugural photography conference called The Cookout. The Cookout will be held in […]

Making “Colorgirl” History: Black Women Command the Covers of 2018 September Issues Written By: Miss D “Rashai” Jones Yara Shahidi, Tiffany Haddish, Tracee Ellis Ross; Lupita Nyong’o, Zendaya, Slick Woods, Issa Rae, Aja Naomi King, & Laverne Cox came together for a epic move by demanding that they each be covered on the fashion industry’s biggest […]


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