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15 Podcasts By Black Women That You Should Download Today

For as long as I can remember, I've had two external loves: books and music. I could spend entire afternoons cuddled under the covers lost...
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A Jones for You

I remember the night we met in Atlanta. On a cold evening in December, I turned around and there he was. 6'4", beautiful mocha skin, an electric smile escaping...

June Book Club selection: “The Thing Around Your Neck” by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

We're so excited to announce our June 2017 NiaMagazine.com Book Club selection: The Thing Around Your Neck by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie PURCHASE THE BOOK: HERE The Official Book...
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5 Throwback R&B Songs That Are Like Black Woman Therapy Over a Beat

If you love music like I do, you probably remember Lauryn Hill crooning that respect was just the minimum. And you definitely recall Erykah Badu advising...

A Love Letter to Issa Rae and Awkward Black Girls Everywhere

Dear Issa Rae, I will shamelessly admit that as soon as Insecure premiered on HBO, I religiously planted myself in front of the television to...
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“Broken Glass Oceans” by Cashawn Brown

"I wrote this poem after recently getting out of a toxic relationship; about the different phases of the relationship from beginning to end. This poem is for anyone who has gotten lost in love."
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May Book Club Selection: Cane River by Lalita Tademy

We're so excited to announce our May 2017 NiaMagazine.com Book Club selection: Cane River by Lalita Tademy The "New York Times" bestseller, Oprah's Book Club AND...

NIA PODCAST EP.2: Sheri Riley, Author of “Stop Spending 100% of Your Time on...

On the road to finding and understanding who we really are… we often get in our own way. In an effort to streamline our daily...

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Are You A Better Mother Than Wife?

When I was growing up, there were several families on my block. We showed unity, strength and honored each other. This was great in so...