By LaToya Henry Service First A Los Angeles, California native and daughter of a firefighter, service was always at the forefront for Christina Flores. She received a degree in electrical […]
By Brianna Patt & Alicia Wilson A look at the path and growth of some of DFW’s best art galleries owned by Black women. Daisha Board Gallery Missy Burton Young […]
Celebrating Women Who Tell Our Stories. It’s true, I really thought about a career change after my chat with Christina Flores, Global Head of Aviation Recruiting and Programs at American […]
By Brianna Patt These Black women are making moves. Fawn Weaver is the owner and CEO of Uncle Nearest Premium Whiskey, one of the fastest growing Whiskey brands in America. […]
By Candace Sweat Black bookstores have served as sacred spaces for learning, expanding, exploring, and organizing. For this edition, we wanted to shine a spotlight on Black women-owned bookstores in […]
Dallas Weekly CEO Jess Washington hosts her first tea party with some special guests.
By Brianna Patt Benaisha Poole-Watson is making her mark in realty. Benaisha Poole-Watson purchased her first property when she was nineteen years old, purchasing her first real estate license in […]
The inaugural event will celebrate six women for their groundbreaking leadership in honor of Women’s History Month DALLAS, February 21, 2023 – In partnership with Soul Reborn, a 501 c […]
Interview by Keri Mitchell She grew up in Wheatley Place, where she still resides in her family’s home, and attended the Phyllis Wheatley School down the street before moving to […]
We are looking back at the legacy of Clarice Tinsley. Over 40 years of work, journalism and industry accolades,and the respect of the metroplex, she is a staple of the Dallas community and media landscape. The next generation of anchors, journalists and reporters are coming up as she was in the early and mid 70s. The media industry has changed and the audience has changed. I wanted to know what message would Clarice want to give to those women who are standing on her shoulders.