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Here Are 32 Black-Owned Products To Celebrate During Black History Month --And Beyond

Here Are 32 Black-Owned Products To Celebrate During Black History Month –And Beyond

Black-owned companies should be celebrated all year round, and if you’re looking for a few new products here are some ideas. 1. Coisas de Cabo Verde The Coisas de Cabo Verde collection was created out of a desire to provide high-quality, portable souvenirs. All items are designed or curated by Joli Moniz Design and handmade […]

Dermatologist Shares Six Skincare Tips To Alleviate Winter Itch

Dermatologist Shares Six Skincare Tips To Alleviate Winter Itch

When the cold weather arrives, so does lowered humidity, making dry and itchy skin an uncomfortable but customary part of the winter season as the body naturally reacts to the abrupt temperature changes. In addition to seasonal changes, drying soaps and detergents can trigger factors such as eczema, psoriasis, and aging creating additional seasonal skin […]

NYC City Council Unveils Legislative Plans To Redefine Public Safety And Strengthen Police Accountability

NYC City Council Unveils Legislative Plans To Redefine Public Safety And Strengthen Police Accountability

The NYC City Council recently announced it will introduce a legislative package of 11 bills and one resolution aimed at reforming the New York City Police Department, that will be considered at a series of hearings in February.    This package is in response to Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s Executive Order in June directing New York […]

Retirement Brings With It Extra Time: How To Make The Best Of It

Retirement Brings With It Extra Time: How To Make The Best Of It

Singer Jim Croce longed to put time in a bottle.   Retirees aren’t always certain what it is they long to do with time, but one day they stop working and find they have a barrelful of it.   “People often are so focused on making sure they are financially ready to retire that they […]

Hit The Road! 2021 Travel Spots

Hit The Road! 2021 Travel Spots

It’s been difficult to travel during the covid-19 pandemic but now destinations are opening back up slowly and safely. Travel is now possible if you follow covid-19 regulations. Here are a few places you might want to consider. Canyon Madness Ranch Opens April In New Mexico: Architectural Gem Offers Adventures In The Tranquility Of The […]

Dermatologist Dr. Camille Verovic Creates Hair Care Line For Natural Hair In Protective Styles

Dermatologist Dr. Camille Verovic Creates Hair Care Line For Natural Hair In Protective Styles

Dermatologist Dr. Camille Verovic is the founder of Girl+Hair, an innovative personal hair care brand. Because of her busy schedule, Verovic often turned to protective styling to deal with her natural hair. For years, she’s worn protective styles, but she struggled to properly maintain her hair while wearing hair extensions or braids resulting in extensive […]

Long Island African American Chamber Of Commerce Blazes New Partnership To Keep African American Small Business Owners Afloat Amidst Pandemic

Long Island African American Chamber Of Commerce Blazes New Partnership To Keep African American Small Business Owners Afloat Amidst Pandemic

Many small business owners and members in the Long Island African American Chamber of Commerce, Inc. were underserved during the first rounds of the Small Business Administration’s Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans due to inequities and delays in getting to details to the African American community. At the same time, many large companies had the […]

Meet Artist And Healer Nzingah Oniwosan

Meet Artist And Healer Nzingah Oniwosan

Nzingah Oniwosan is a Haitian-American inspirational speaker and holistic health consultant. As an award-winning visual artist, classically trained pianist Oniwosan’s creativity is expressed through custom made jewelry, writing, and dance. She has merged her art with healing holistically. In 2005, she founded Sankofa’s Child. The focus is to use the arts to engage, build, inspire, […]

Author Karla Davis-Luster Unveils Her Debut Romance Novel, 'The Woman Tells'

Author Karla Davis-Luster Unveils Her Debut Romance Novel, ‘The Woman Tells’

When it comes to stories of romantic relationship issues captured on paper and/or digital, a new book called “The Woman Tells,” takes the whole topic to new levels. Penned by Chicago native Karla Davis-Luster, “The Woman Tells” – her debut novel – explores the world of love between people of color, which to the author, […]

10 Things To Do Before You Move To Another Country

10 Things To Do Before You Move To Another Country

Many Americans have been contemplating moving out of the country. Many have already. According to Bambridge Accountants, which specializes in preparing and filing taxes for U.S. and U.K. expats, more than twice the number of people gave up U.S. citizenship in the first half of 2020 than in all of 2019. Some 5,816 people gave […]

Celebrity Chef Tanya Holland Debuts Season Two Of "Tanya's Table" Podcast

Celebrity Chef Tanya Holland Debuts Season Two Of “Tanya’s Table” Podcast

Celebrity chef/restaurateur/cookbook author Tanya Holland of Brown Sugar Kitchen in Oakland, Calif. recently announced with producing partner MuddHouse Media the official launch of season two of her critically-acclaimed new podcast, “Tanya’s Table.” Season two follows Holland’s debut as a TV host on the Oprah Winfrey Network with her new show “Tanya’s Kitchen Table.” The second […]

HBO’s 'Black Art: In The Absence Of Light' Debuts February 9

HBO’s ‘Black Art: In The Absence Of Light’ Debuts February 9

Firmly rooted in the history of the Black American experience, “Black Art: In The Absence Of Light” debuting February 9 (9:00-10:25 p.m. ET/PT), is directed and produced by award-winning documentarian Sam Pollard (HBO’s “Atlanta Missing and Murdered: The Lost Children”). A vital and illuminating introduction to the work of some of the foremost African American […]

Black Financial Freedom Organization Launches Online Courses To Expand Reach

Black Financial Freedom Organization Launches Online Courses To Expand Reach

Recently, dfree, a financial freedom organization designed specifically for the African-American community, launched its all-new online financial lifestyle education platform. With a friendly-user experience and a plethora of helpful features, the organization has launched its online dfree Academy with new, fresh content and courses that are now mobile-friendly and can be taken from virtually anywhere. […]

Warm Up with a Cozy Cup of Tea! January is National Hot Tea Month

Warm Up with a Cozy Cup of Tea! January is National Hot Tea Month

Did you know that January is National Hot Tea Month? The perfect time to warm up with a cup of tea. According to Your Best Digs, more than 159 million Americans drink tea each day. In 2018, more than 3.8 billion gallons of tea was consumed in the U.S. Here’s one you might want to […]

Historically Low Infant Mortality Rate In New York City In 2018, Annual Vital Stats Data Shows

Historically Low Infant Mortality Rate In New York City In 2018, Annual Vital Stats Data Shows

The Health Department recently released the 2018 Summary of Vital Statistics, which found that life expectancy in New York City increased over the last decade to 81.3 years. Life expectancy also increased across all racial and ethnic groups over the past 10 years. Teen birth rates fell from 2009, with a 55.1 percent decline among […]