(Originally posted in Everything Girls Love.com) Kima of the girl group Total is ready to step out on her own. After years of living in the group’s shadow, Kima has found her confidence and is releasing new music. We recently chatted with the New Jersey native about her new single and video “Luv Me Back,” the importance of putting passion back into R&B, and if there will be … Continue reading Interview: Kima Of The Girl Group Total Talks New Music, Possibility Of A Reunion And More!
On the last episode of Indie Dreams, Comedienne Kodi Me’Chele and Comedians Cee Jay Craxx and Hassan Oliver touched on many different topics but one topic is sensitive for many African Americans — Bill Cosby’s recent conviction. After kicking off the show with laughter and witty comments, the tone quickly turned serious when the 80-year-old comedian and actor Bill Cosby’s name came up in the … Continue reading Comedienne Kodi Me’ Chele And Comedians Hassan Oliver And Cee Jay Craxx Give Tips For Performers And Say Bill Cosby Will Always Be A Legend In A Recent Interview
Saniyyah Bilal, Philadelphia native and founder of Curio Styling Consultants, has a strong vision in the fashion industry and an even stronger passion to create modesty and style for muslim women. She is killing the game with her scarf and khimar styles! “You don’t have to sacrifice your modesty to have style,” she said in a phone interview Wednesday. “Some women believe that you can’t … Continue reading Model and Stylist Saniyyah Bilal Talks About Finding Your Niche in the Fashion Industry and About How to “Modest-fy” Your Style in an Interview.
Today on the show, now called “Indie Dreams,” I had the honor of chatting with the beautiful Jenie from Rockaway Queens, New York. Her spirit is so warm and vibrant and boy can she blow! I admit, I was a little nervous when beginning the interview, but she allowed me to be myself! She is definitely a natural. But with every show, I am growing and learning. … Continue reading Up-and-Coming Artist Jenie Talks About Her New Single, “Leave,” Her Fears in the Industry and What it Takes to be an Indie Artist.
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Google continues to expand by fostering an environment where all Googlers can thrive despite their skin color. It seems the company has chosen the perfect fit to lead its Black Community Engagement department, appointing Youth and Women’s Activist Valeisha Butterfield-Jones as its department head. Butterfield-Jones, married to NBA star Dahntay Jones, is The Co-Founder of The Women in Entertainment Empowerment Network (WEEN), along with Lauren … Continue reading Valeisha Butterfield – Jones Named Head of Black Community Engagement for Google
Derek Volk, Maine businessman and now author, holds that day close to his heart. He was all set to finish his business book when something inside of him said “this isn’t my purpose.” He then devoted himself to a new journey that would encourage others. As he jotted down his most intimate feelings about raising Dylan, his son with Asperger’s Syndrome, they incorporated Dylan’s take … Continue reading Chasing The Rabbit: A Dad’s Story Of Raising A Son With Asperger’s Syndrome
Lori Day, educational psychologist, parenting coach and author, still believes it takes a village to raise a child. Additional support is vital in today’s overly sexualized culture, which pressures girls to grow up too fast, according to the author. Around 15 years ago, Day put her beliefs into action. Day and her daughter, Charlotte Kugler, spotted a post for mother-daughter book clubs in a local bookstore window, and instantly, the idea came to them. The two formed their first mother-daughter book … Continue reading Author Lori Day Tells How Moms Can Empower Their Girls Through Mother-Daughter Book Clubs
High school English teacher and mom Eileen Riley-Hall co’ taught autistic children in college summer camp and has worked with special needs students for over 25 years. However, she had never suspected her own daughters’ diagnoses of autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Continue reading Author Eileen Riley-Hall Shares Her Story: Parenting Girls on the Autism Spectrum