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Black Women in Media Series

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Meet Vashti C. Harrison, the Artist Sprinkling Her Magic One Book, Film & Illustration...

"...after a ton of time of trying to find myself, I realized that I had known the whole time." ---------- Vashti C. Harrison is a collector....
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Meet Jenny Christian, the FillHealRestore.com Founder Pressing into God’s Promises

"...No matter what, God can fill every void, heal every hurt and restore anything that you’ve lost." ---------- The first time I ever spoke with Jenny...
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Meet Mjeema Pickett, Spotify’s R&B/Soul Global Programming Head Living Music As Purpose

"There's no greater feeling than the feeling of being blessed. Of knowing that you followed through with what was in your heart. And you're...
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Meet Numa Perrier, the Writer/Filmmaker Celebrating Blackness, Vulnerability & New Beginnings

"You’ll never be 100% ready. Do it anyway.” ---------- Numa Perrier is a flirt. Seductively voiced with an easy smile and eyes that seem to lure...
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Meet Tiffany Smith-Anoa’i, the CBS Entertainment EVP Championing Diversity, HBCU Pride & the Power...

"I just want people to think a little longer, a little broader, and listen a little longer." ---------- Let the record show that our pursuit of...
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Meet Kimberly Wilson, the Disney & ESPN Vice President Changing the Way We Play...

"Don't be afraid to be judged. They're going to judge you anyway. You might as well make moves." ---------- Kimberly K. Wilson is a Daddy’s Girl. Defined...

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Living Life

My First Trip to the Motherland

My Second Day in Africa When everything happened I was sitting in a canoe. It was night. It was a party. The music was outside. We were making...

Your Healthy Living Guide: 5 Easy Tips to Eat More Mindfully

Being more mindful when you eat is my number one tip to help my clients not only lose weight, but also maintain vibrant health...

I Quit: Kudos to the Black Girl Who Believed She Could...

I quit. Well not like that. But essentially, yes. After damn near ten years of dedicated service to an organization that shall remain nameless – although...