Posts tagged black women
ALL THE WOMEN IN MY FAMILY SING: A CONVERSATION WITH EDITOR + ACTIVIST, DEBORAH SANTANA

darla recently had the opportunity to speak with deborah santana, a transformative leader with decades of social activism work aimed to provide opportunities and access for people of color, women and girls.

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AN INSIDE LOOK AT BROOKLYN'S 1st ENVSN FESTIVAL

founded by sharifa murdock + laura stylez, #envsnfest is designed to provide an interactive learning, networking, shopping, and entertainment experience for a multi-generational group of creative female hustlers.

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HIGH, HEALTHY SKIN WITH KUSH & CUTE — A CANNABIS-INFUSED SKINCARE LINE

Kush & Cute is a handmade cannabis skincare line produced with natural hemp and CBD (the non-psychoactive, fully legal component of cannabis). With her brand, Iyana is determined to tackle all areas of the cannabis business by educating and informing people on the benefits of cannabis, helping treat symptoms that can be alleviated with cannabis products, and pushing for a healthier representation of black women in this newly legal industry. With the hashtag, #PlantsNotPills in her bio Instagram bio, Iyana is both a patient + an advocate of cannabis, making strides with one CBD-infused bath bomb at a time.

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THE FOURTRESS SEEKS TO HELP HOMELESS WOMEN IN NEW YORK CITY WITH #PROJECTQUEENV

The Fourtress — four New York City roommates have come together to use their talents to help others. The Fourtress, which launched this summer, is described as a specially curated space that inspires, empowers, and unifies women of color to fulfill their purpose and stand in their power. This collective is made up of Kiara Bass (Publicity Director), Tierra Taylor (Creative Director), London Coleman-Williams (Account Director), and Candice Frank (Content Director). While also having full-time jobs in places such as Essence and The View, these women created The Fourtress as a solution to the lack of platforms specifically for millennial women of color.

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CEO OF NATURALL CLUB, MUHGA ELTIGANI, IS DISRUPTING THE HAIR CARE INDUSTRY WITH FRESH FRUIT PRODUCTS

If you've ever spent time mixing up ingredients from your kitchen to create your own hair care products due to the lack of good quality, in-store options... Or if you've spent your hard earned money on "natural" product lines only to be disappointed in the results, you're not alone. According to Natural Hair Care Expert and Entrepreneur, Muhga Eltigani: one out of every fiveblack women are dissatisfied with current options on the market, which has caused one out of every two black women to make some sort of hair care concoction at home.

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