Singer and songwriter Candice Hoyes discusses her music, her inspiration and her motivation. Read on.
Kanye’s interaction with racism makes sense. He’s brilliant. He has brilliant (money-making) ideas. He has brilliant, money-making ideas in a capitalist society in which money is a motivator and a measurement of success.
Spring has finally actually sprung and this means a lot for your spirituality. Read on about what you can expect and what you can be doing during this shift in season.
As the founder of Hollywood Africans, Nguvu continues to center Blackness in her stories, making sure to shed light on the truth of our experiences and personalities. Read on for what inspires her and how she continues to push through the trauma in order to assert her beliefs about Black womanhood.
Ahh…It’s finally Spring. And if you have beef, it's technically spring. So let’s talk about Spring hair.
Closing out Women's History Month with a bang, Gucci donates $1 million to Beyoncé's BeyGood 4 Burundi initiative.
The suggestion that milk is healthy for humans has been seeped into every piece of literature and media while growing up. Rachel DuBose looks deeper at the consumption of another animal's milk.
Coming to Black womanhood was an intellectual stretch. Read Rutherford's arrival to her intersection.
Read about how polyamory has helped Charlie Trotman dig into herself and how she discovered she was polyamorous.
As Black History Month comes to a close, we know that there's no way to put a time frame on praising the Black heroines that have come before us. This month we celebrated our annual Who Taught You series in which we highlight women who set the tone for womanhood...
Black Panther has done a number of things this past weekend, but most notably, Black Panther has influenced fashion. Read on to see the myriad ways in which fashion has been taking a note or two or three from the--let's say, Black Panther movement.
It’s happening. It happens every year: Valentine’s Day. And with Valentine’s Day comes a slew of social media posts and articles that remind you...
Black Women Talk Tech evolved from a need for us to represent, not just as founders but as technologists entirely. After repeatedly finding themselves to be the only ones in the room, three women decided to gather and speak about their versions of an exceedingly rare and unique existence. They created a platform for Black women to talk tech.
As we celebrate Dr. King's birthday and holiday, it is important to get a greater picture of where he stood politically. Read some less known quotes by the activist.
Inspired by color psychology, the work of Octavia Butler, Lil Kim + the creative design for my NYE outfit visioned by Mycall Akeem Riley + handmade by Kenya Sherron. The electric green fully captured the mood of my life's current season.
Black Girl Fly Magazine sits down with Ashley Smith of TALMA Event Planning for some daily inspo and entrepreneurial tips.
Be aware of the various forms of abuse that can occur and be ready to handle them when they come. This listicle identifies the various types of abuse that exist and what you can do about it.
Navigating college can be frightening, intimidating, and challenging. These tips will help you to remain fly and fierce while remaining successful and working towards your goals.
Living her life to the [insert expletive] fullest, you can catch this 29-year-old shedding light and love wherever she goes.
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.
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!
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