By Alexa Spencer Originally appeared in Word in Black The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline will change its phone number to a three-digit dialing code, 988, on July 16. People experiencing […]
She Reps: CC the Great
CC the Great is an award-winning celebrity master hairstylist, mentor, coach, licensed faith-based counselor, professor of cosmetology, 2 time number one international best seller author, and the creator and director […]
988 officially activated as the new connect to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
On Saturday, July 16, people nationwide had access to the new three-digit number that would direct callers to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. The new dialing code 988 was modeled […]
Vanna Collins Celebrates New product and more!
Have you seen Vanna Collins? Well if you think you haven’t, you’ve definitely seen her work. Braids By Vanna is her self-made home for both men and women for both […]
Tashara Parker Hosted The Bun Ministry 2.0: Officially Crowned
By Lena Foster Black women and men, with an array of differing hairstyles, not only stepped at The Bun Ministry 2.0: Officially Crowned event, but they slayed far past any […]
She Reps: Marquila Turner
Marquila Turner is the founder of Quila’s Angels and creator of the PAIL Awards. Quila’s Angels, a non-profit organization that brings comfort, resources and hope to women and families who […]
Toxic Positivity: When Is It too Much?
In a time where the world is seemingly falling apart more everyday, wallowing in how sad everything is or viewing things through rose colored glasses to protect your mental health could seem like attractive options. In times like this however, we have to learn to recognize when we are protecting our mental health and blinding ourselves with toxic positivity from the realities of the world.
MLK Food Park continues on the inside of Fair Park
By Lena Foster The MLK Food Park brings back an authentic pop-up experience for black businesses and park attendees to congregate, network, and enjoy culture and creativity. “The food park […]
She Reps: Dr. Usamah Rodgers
DeSoto ISD Superintendent Dr. Usamah Rodgers is a long-serving educator. Rodgers’ ascension through the educational ranks began with her work as a teacher before becoming dean of instruction, assistant principal, […]
Think Three Media presented the first annual Juneteenth Fashion Show
By Lena Foster This past Juneteenth, a collaboration of fashion, music and entrepreneurship was showcased in the first annual Juneteenth Fashion Show hosted by Legacy West and Legacy Hall at […]