Why are Black girls fly? Black girls are fly because we are versatile, resilient, intelligent, strong and unimaginably beautiful. We are trendsetters and trailblazers in everything we do--setting the tone and leading the way for others. We are unstoppable.
“We delight in the beauty of the butterfly, but rarely admit the changes it has gone through to achieve that beauty.”― Maya Angelou
Only approximately 25% of women make up the world of STEM and women of color make up less than 10% of employed scientists and engineers as of 2013. Yes, only TEN percent
Delivering positivity through an uplifting perspective, Tracy and her soothing voice are there for times when it is difficult to encourage yourself to move forward.
Krystle is an entrepreneur and Public Relations guru, whose success is attributed to her dedication and passion towards the work and her desire to have a positive impact!
Tatiana Price, a young, stylish, girl boss has taken over the competition and, increasingly, the beauty industry. I had the fortunate opportunity to chat with this fly, Black Girl about her journey towards entrepreneurship, life as a model, and more! See our chat below.
It came: that deeply dreaded time of the month where I always think that my uterus is going to fall out.
'Heart's Desire' evokes nostalgia of young love and lyrics that are relatable to anyone who’s ever had a crush--especially an old school, around the way sort of crush.
There is no doubt that women have been a beacon of light, arms of refuge, foundations of success, and overall triumphant warriors of our nation.
SZA, Noname + KING. #TeamBGF celebrates black women artists: bomb, dope, talented and on the come up.
The evolution of the Black woman, as it pertains to popular trends, is a phenomenal and groundbreaking sight to behold.
We are bringing back our “Kick it with BGF” series, a conversation + skill building digital coworking session.
The series follows the lives of real mothers based out of Chicago, IL raising young athletes from minority backgrounds who are not only balling on the court, but excelling academically and socially to ensure promising, successful futures for themselves.
“The Vanity Box has become one of the fastest growing and most popular brands in the urban hair and beauty space.
“Create your own communities, build your own institutions, give your friends awards, award yourself and be the gold you wanna hold my g’s.”
AT&T provided free screenings to middle school and high school students to see box office hit, 'Hidden Figures'--an initiative in support of the community and STEM education.
It is always uplifting to see evolution in corporate arenas, in regards to the increasing presence and necessary acknowledgment of Black Excellence in Corporate America. Jasmine Smith, Spotify employee, tells the details of the company's Diversity & Inclusion Summit.
For those who believe humans to be created in God’s image, wouldn’t it be amazing for a little black girl to know that she can literally do anything because a greater being who looks like her is the creator of the earth and heavens and beyond?
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